Craig Harrison has tasked his Hartlepool United players with making sure their Woking win is no flash in the pan. Pools recorded their first win since November 21 on Saturday, as they saw off the part-time Surrey outfit 3-2 at Victoria Park.

In many ways it was a season-best performance, especially given the amount of chances created and football played, despite being down to the absolute bare bones of the squad. And manager Harrison wants his players to press home their advantage tomorrow night when they take on Halifax, a side they hammered 4-0 in the Autumn.

He wants them to make sure this result is the start of a meaningful revival, not just a brief upturn in a downward spiral.

“Hopefully this is the start of a winning run,” said Harrison. “All we have to do is look back at the ugly game at Guiseley which got us going earlier this season.”

“We went 17 games with only three defeats and if we can go the last 14 games without defeat we will be in a good place. The win is a big one.

“The club needed it. That’s the most important thing.”

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