Sullivan wants Doncaster cup run

22 January 2010 03:52
Rovers saw off League One side Brentford with a narrow 1-0 victory in the third round and former Wimbledon shot-stopper Sullivan believes they can progress even further in the competition.

Sullivan, whose side claimed a 2-0 win at Derby last month, told the club's official website: "After getting a good result there we'll go there in a positive frame of mind, knowing that we've already been there, we've already beaten them.

"But the FA Cup is completely different and two games are never the same, so we've still got to approach it in the right way and learn everything about them and learn even more from the game that we've played and hopefully we can get another good result."

Sullivan added: "I think the FA Cup is a fantastic cup competition and I've been fortunate to play in a couple of semi-finals and not quite gone the whole way but it's still a fantastic competition."

Meanwhile, Rovers are seeking a new shirt sponsor from the 2010/11 season after the club, and current sponsors Wright Investments, decided not to renew their agreement beyond its third and final year.

Source: Team_Talk