Survival stays Sullivan's aim

12 March 2009 12:30
Rovers are 13th in the standings following the 2-0 defeat of QPR, but the 39-year-old ex-Wimbledon and Tottenham goalkeeper is not being complacent with Norwich, who occupy the final relegation place, just 10 points behind.

Doncaster have kept 12 clean sheets in the league this term - nine at the Keepmoat Stadium - and Sullivan hopes that resilience can ensure their place in the Football League's top flight.

"Twelve clean sheets we've kept now in the league and it's a fantastic achievement," the former Scotland stopper told the club's official website.

"If we stay up, fantastic - for Donny it's going to be considered a successful season.

"First and foremost we've got to win one more game or a couple of draws to be safe, but if we can keep winning, we'll see where that takes us."

Source: Team_Talk