Clark Robertson is determined to build on his consistent and injury free 2017 in the coming months for Blackpool.
The defender has played 3,330 minutes of league football this year, more than any other player in the top four divisions.
“I haven’t missed a game in the league since last October now so it is a nice stat to have. I just want to keep it going, the 24-year-old admitted.
The improvement in his game during that time has been there for all to see, with Robertson quick to credit the influence coach Andy Todd is having on the defensive unit.
“It was around this time last year when he came in and he’s worked with all the defenders individually. I think my game has improved massively in the last 12 months and he’s been a big part of that,” he said.
Having gone without a fixture last weekend, Robertson and Blackpool face Walsall this Saturday looking to return to winning ways in Sky Bet League One.
“It was a bit different having the week off, and it’s always difficult when you lose your game going in to the international break. We’ve had a good week of training and the boys are all looking forward to Saturday now.
“We’ve gone a few games without a win now but with the side that we’ve got, we’re more than capable of getting a result at Walsall,” Robertson added.