FC Halifax Town boss Pete Wild has urged his side not to let last Saturday’s 4-0 win over Wrexham be a flash in the pan.
The Shaymen host Notts County on Saturday in the first of five games in 15 days, with a trip to Stockport on Boxing Day followed by back-to-back home games with Chesterfield and Stockport, and then a trip to Barnet on January 4.
The win over Wrexham was Halifax’s first in six games, and their first in seven outings at home.When asked what changed from the disappointing performance in the 2-0 defeat at 10-man Yeovil the week before, Wild said: “Work rate, effort, desire – it wasn’t good enough at Yeovil.
“I still stand by my comments that the half-an-hour killed us, but it wasn’t good enough and we addressed that. I’ve had a go at the players and questioned a few things, and we put it right on Saturday, but that can’t be a flash in the pan, we’ve got to do that again this week and prepare for what will be a tough Notts County side coming here on Saturday.”