BLUES boss Bobby Williamson is expecting a tough challenge from Darren Ferguson’s high-flying Peterborough tomorrow.
“There will not be a week that passes without a difficult game now,” he said.
“Peterborough will get same respect as any club in this division from us. People talk about the money they have spent but that doesn’t count for anything extra with me.
“You still have to go out and perform whether you have thousands to spend or millions. Darren is doing a good job I feel and hopefully I’m doing a better job.
“I don’t know whether our win on Tuesday makes this a good time to play Peterborough. When is a good time to meet anybody?
“We always look forward to games though. When you stop looking forward to matches that’s when you need to change your occupation.
“I’m sure we can get a result if we play well tomorrow.”
Williamson said John Murphy’s return from injury on Tuesday has given his side a timely boost.
“We get the ball wide and deliver quality into the box and we need someone of stature to get on the end of them,” he said. “John has stature and I thought he played well, it being his first game for a while.
“John coming back gives us presence. We’ve not got many strikers like him to be honest.
“He’s 6ft plus and a handful. If we get good balls to him he will more than likely retain possession and help it on to someone.
“We do miss him but he has had a rest and hopefully he can hit a purple patch and get the goals we need to win games.”