Keshi Anderson believes the Seasiders should not fear any side in League One this season, after his goal secured a hard fought 1-0 victory over Portsmouth to make it seven wins from the last eight games in all competitions.
The visitors were unbeaten away from home coming into the match at Bloomfield Road, and the record was broken courtesy of Anderson’s 64th minute strike.
“It was great for us to get the win and I’m pleased to grab my first league goal for the Club,” the 25-year-old said.
“It was good to bounce back in the league from the disappointment at Doncaster last week against a side that will be up there this season. We’re a confident group, and we’ll back ourselves to beat anyone in this league. A win like this could be crucial come the end of the season.”
Anderson, who missed several weeks of the season in October and November due to injury was delighted to be back out on the pitch and amongst the goals.
“It was tough and frustrating at times when I was out injured, but that’s part of football,” he said.
“It was helpful to get around 80 minutes into my legs in the FA Cup match at Harrogate at the weekend, and to be involved against Portsmouth on Tuesday. I feel I’ve repaid the gaffer for throwing me into the side, and hopefully I can be involved and help the side to another three points on Saturday.”