Laws: Clarets can take positives

24 January 2010 03:31
The Royals, who knocked out Liverpool after a replay at Anfield, booked their place in the fifth round following a late goal from Gylfi Sigurdsson in the 1-0 win at the Madejski Stadium on Saturday.[LNB]Reading were, in the end, worthy of pulling off another cup shock, having weathered a decent spell from the visitors midway through the second half to finish strongly.[LNB]The Clarets next face their former manager Owen Coyle at Bolton, and then host title chasers Chelsea.[LNB]"We defended a lot better as a team, and those are the building blocks which we have to keep going, to be more solid in our next game," said Laws.[LNB]"We have got some positives to take with players coming back and that quality will help make us a better team.[LNB]"There is a lot of hard work ahead, but we knew that from the start.[LNB]"The one thing the players will do is to keep pushing on and are determined to turn it around."[LNB]Laws added: "We have got a big week ahead of us, and I want to get a win under my belt as quickly as possible."[LNB][LNB]

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