Stanley midfielder Will Hatfield feels Tuesday's win over Morecambe was only a taste of what the Reds can be capable of in the future.The Reds hammered their Lancashire rivals 5-1 to climb six points from the relegation zone into 15th spot in League Two.
Now they're preparing to take on one of the form sides in the division in Plymouth Argyle and Hatfield thinks they can pick up another good home result.
“If we can stay on the front foot and keep pressing and getting the ball down and playing it then I think there's plenty more to come from us,” said the 22-year-old. “We can get better and better. The more we keep playing well and winning games the more confident we'll be and you never know what we might be able to do.
“We have to keep our feet on the ground now. We've still got games to play and we can't slacken off for a second. If you slacken off in this league you'll be dragged right back down there again so we have to keep on the front foot and keep going. I'm sure we will do.”
Argyle occupy the final play-off spot ahead of the game after mounting a surge up the table in recent weeks but Hatfield's relishing the chance for himself and his team mates to test themselves against John Sheridan's men.
“They're on a good run at the moment but so are we so it's going to be a good game,” continued the former Leeds man. “We'll be ready, we'll be full of confidence and the gaffer and the staff will have got us going again. We can't wait for kick off to be honest.
“The fans were amazing against Morecambe and that gave us the boost we needed. They kept us going which was important because at 2-0 it can be a difficult position to be in and the next goal is very important.
“The support goes a long way to helping us get the results we want and that's helped us change things a bit and get our home form going.”