Date: 24th November 2010 at 4:47pm
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City boss Keith Millen believes his side can move further clear of the drop zone when Sheffield United visit on Saturday.

The Robins have yet to acquire back-to-back wins this season, a feat that has evaded them since early April.

But following a morale boosting win over in-form Leicester last weekend, Millen reckons now is as good a chance as any to lay that ghost to rest and put a run of results together.

“Beating Leicester has given us a chance to attain that Holy Grail of back-to-back wins,” Millen told the Bristol Evening Post. “That is a massive thing in this league, if you can achieve it.

“The fixture list has given us another home game next Saturday and an opportunity to get another three points. If we can do that, then we will bring a lot of teams back to us.

“It’s all about targets. We hauled ourselves off the bottom of the table and then we got out of the bottom three. Now we have to set our sights on catching the next group of teams that are just above us.”


City are currently three points off of 14th in the table and are only seven points adrift of a play-off spot.