Robins eyes return to winning ways

29 October 2009 03:45
The Tykes haves followed three straight league wins with two successive defeats and went down 2-0 to Manchester United in the Carling Cup in midweek.

But it is their current league plight - Barnsley are three places and four points above the relegation zone - that is of most concern to Robins, who said: "We now have to get on with the league and this is a very, very big game for us.

"We need to start picking up points again. It will be a different game completely at Peterborough but it is a big, big match for us. We have to go there and impose ourselves on them in what is a huge match.

"We have to go away from home and put on a good performance. We'll have to be on our toes and Darren (Ferguson) has done a brilliant job at that football club. They have some good players and deserve our respect.

"We know their strengths and their threats but we have our own threats and we have to concentrate on those. We want to win football matches and we have to get back to that."

Source: Team_Talk