REFLECTING on Saturday’s win over Workington, in which fellow manager Jason Lee scored United’s first half equaliser, Lee Canoville said: “We were delighted with the win but there is more to come. We need to be better if we want to stay in and around the top five. We need to be more consistent throughout games.
“I think we deserved it in the second half. We did not play very well in the first half and we let the lads know that at half-time.
“We needed a big second half performance. We started well and soon put them on the back foot. If either team was going to go on and find the winner, it was always going to be us.”
United return to action against mid-table side Colwyn Bay on Saturday at The Jakemans Stadium (kick-off 3.00pm).
The Pilgrims will be minus the services of suspended centre-half Alan White (five cautions), but fellow defender Tom Ward (ankle) could return after missing United’s last four matches.
Canoville himself limped off with a hamstring injury during Saturday’s win over Workington but hopes to be fit for United’s first encounter against Colwyn Bay since April 1998.