Wroxham boss wants to maintain team building
Pawel Guziejko has said his Wroxham side will continue to build as they prepare to face Harlow Town at Trafford Park this evening.
An emphatic 6-2 win away at Soham Town Rangers last Tuesday gave Guziejko's men their first league win in seven games, and the Polish manager believes the victory is just the start of a more consistent spell for his team.
'In recent games we have never had a problem scoring goals and it was just a matter of time before we turned this into a successful win,' he said. 'Against Soham we were much better defensively and there was more balance to the team.'
Centre back Ben Price was pushed out to the right for the Yachtsmen's trip to Cambridgeshire, with midfielder Bartek Pelka deputising at centre back for the second successive game.
And Guziejko believes this aided them in their victory and is one solution they will look to against Harlow.
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'Playing Ben at right back and Bartek in the centre gave us much more depth at the back and gave us more opportunities to play out from defence as Bartek is very calm on the ball and has great touch and ability,' he said.
'Building the team is not over though; we are always looking for different solutions to find the best organisation for the team and not individual preferences.'
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Harlow are currently eighth in the Ryman Division One North League, with striker Alex Read enjoying a lethal streak of goal scoring form with 18 goals in all competitions.
However, the Wroxham boss is confident his men can cope with the striker's threat and sure his players can cause problems of their own for the visitors.
'I am sure we will find a solution for Alex Read but I am solely focussed on what we have. I think I have strikers here who are equal or better than him who can hurt opponents, and I am expecting a good game Tuesday with hopefully a positive ending.'