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12 April 2014

Defender delighted to grab the winner for Town but even more pleased to see Blues remain firmly in the Play-Off chase

Luke Chambers praised the never-say-die attitude of the Town squad, after Blues came from behind to take all three points against Doncaster.

The Town skipper netted a late winner for Blues, after Chris Brown had cancelled out Daryl Murphy’s opener.

Chambo was delighted on a personal level to score for the Blues, as you could see from his celebrations with the fans, but the defender is just as pleased to see the lads stay firmly in the Play-off chase.

“We kept going and I’ve popped up with a winner, which was a great feeling,” the former Nottingham Forest man told the Club website.

“We are still where we want to be and with some big games coming up, it’s still all to play for.

“The gaffer said each and every one of us didn’t play well enough in the first-half, that’s why he made two changes and today it’s worked for us.

“We showed our never-say-die attitude and it’s a huge three points for us.

“On a personal level I was delighted to score. I thought the defender should have blocked it actually, but thankfully I’ve found the bottom corner.

“I’ve been working hard to chip in with goals and as you can see from the celebrations at the end, it meant a lot to everyone involved.” 

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