OHanlon- One game at a time

The 27-year-old is confident he will be able to feature in Saturday's clash against Leyton Orient and insists the squad should be looking only at the game against the O's.

"It has been frustrating this season, sitting in the stands watching games just wishing you could be out there making a difference," he told the club's official website.

"The play-offs have obviously been the target for some time now but I think we need to forget about that for now, focus on beating Leyton Orient and then try to go on some sort of run.

"After Orient we have got a tough game here against Swindon on Tuesday, but if we can win that one as well and string two or three together then you can start thinking about where it will take us."

Source: Team Talk