Don't rest on your laurels

Last updated : 21 August 2008 By Jamie Furniss
Blackpool is no easily place to go with the high swirling winds and to play at a ground with a stand missing! Stephen Quinn knows that it will be tough and has been told by his gaffer for him and his team mates not rest on their laurels.

"When we came in Monday he got us all in and patted us all on the back for the game on Saturday but then straight away he told us not to rest on our laurels because we walked out on the game on Saturday and we'll walk out this week.

"We've got a tougher game at Blackpool away and the games never stop. It's good because it keeps us all on out toes and were all in it together so we're looking forward to it.

"We have to give 110% with the squad we've got and you don't want to lose your place. If you do you'll find it hard to get it back. I was a bit tired playing three games in seven days but I thought I did OK."