Defender Hopes This Is The Start
Clark Robertson believes four points from six and two clean sheets away from home provide Blackpool with a base for a play-off charge.
The Seasiders won at Plymouth Argyle and picked up a point at Wycombe Wanderers, and are now three points off the top seven.
Robertson, who is playing at the top of his game currently, is now looking for Blackpool to build on this run.
“That’s six unbeaten now and we’re picking up a few clean sheets away from home which is always good,” he said. “I think there’s still more to come from us.
“We haven’t lost many games this season, teams above us have lost more, as the manager’s been saying we’ve drawn too many games.
“There’s no reason we can’t string five or six results together and get into the play-offs.”
Robertson and defensive partner Tom Aldred appeared to revel in the physical battle with Adebayo Akinfenwa, which they came out on top from.
“You know what you’re going to get when you come here, they’re a big, physical team who are going to chuck the ball up to Akinfenwa and feed off second balls.
“I thought we dealt with it superbly well, we tracked runners and did the dirty side of the game.
“We’re on a good run just now, you take each game as it comes but hopefully we’ll get a good result on Tuesday night,” he added.