Hendon happy with improving Bees

28 January 2009 01:02
The Bees, who have just one home win to their name, failed to turn their superior possession into goals with top-scorer John O'Flynn guilty on two occasions.[LNB]But Hendon, whose side's home goal tally of 10 is the worst in League Two, is adamant performances are on the up at Underhill.[LNB]He said: "I'm not frustrated with the result because I was more concerned with how we kept the football. We're getting more solid with every game and we are working a lot better with the ball.[LNB]"We had chances and we were putting good crosses into the box. They had some chances themselves but I was more excited and more pleased with the way we were getting the ball into the box.[LNB]"We are three games unbeaten now and we are moving in the right direction and looking solid which I'm pleased with."[LNB][LNB]

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