Parry demands improved home form

29 October 2009 05:26
Preston midfielder Paul Parry has said that his side need to improve their home form if they are to make the Championship play-offs.North End currently lie ninth in the table, one point off the play-off places, but have only managed three wins at Deepdale this season. [LNB]"I think you've got to make your home ground your fortress," Parry told BBC Radio Lancashire. [LNB]"If we beat Crystal Palace on Saturday we'll be in there with a shout." [LNB]The former Wales international joined Preston from Cardiff in August after making 214 appearances for the Bluebirds. [LNB]He has played in 10 games for North End this season, the most recent being the 2-2 draw with Middlesbrough last Saturday. [LNB]"It's a funny old league and no-one ever seems to run away with it," added the 29-year-old. [LNB]"I thought Newcastle were going to do well at one stage but they seem to have hit a bit of a wall lately. [LNB]"I think there's going to be around eight or nine teams who'll fancy themselves for the play-offs and I think we're going to be one of them."

Source: BBC_Sport