“Vank” was a tank in the back four today as they worked hard to do the dirty work which allowed the Tigers’ attack to flow freely.
Steve believed Worksop were the better of the two sides and earned the three points they gained.
“We deserved to win the game.
“The conditions were very tough; it was hard for the lads to get out in the first half.
“I thought it was a very sloppy goal to concede. They virtually couldn’t get a kick in the first half and had next to no chances before we gave them the goal.
“Overall it was a great three points for us and a good performance.”
The Tigers have kept the same starting 11 for the last three games. The centre-half believes this consistency is a key factor going into some important games.
“When you’re getting stability in the side and the lads are putting in good performances then it’s hard to bring anyone in. I feel the lads on the bench will be frustrated, but it is a squad game. If we stick with a solid 11 and grind out results then the manager will take that.”
Next up we face Maltby Main midweek in the League Cup, before facing the Miners again on Saturday in a tasty contest as both sides attempt to hinder each other’s promotion push.
Wankiewicz stated that the Tigers just need to carry on as normal in order to come up with the goods.
“We just need to carry on as we’re going. I think at the minute, we have a good togetherness. I think we’re looking good going forward and are defensively sound, so we’re standing in good stead.
“If we play the way we know we can play then we’re going to win games.”
The local lad signed off by complementing the travelling support.
“The fans were superb again. They were great and we could hear them all game.
“With the travelling and conditions like today it’s good to see a happy turnout.
“It’ll be one of Garforth’s best turnouts this year and that is down to the Worksop fans.”
By Devon Cash