MIDFIELDER Curtis Weston says that Barnet have room for improvement despite their impressive start to the Skrill Premier campaign, writes Josh Ilan.
The Bees are in third place after seven games and sit three points behind the league leaders Cambridge United.
But Weston, who found the net for his first goal of the season in Barnet's 2-1 loss last week at Halifax, insists that they have not reached their peak yet and can perform even better.
He stated: “I think we've started the season very well in regards to picking up points. We can definitely play a lot better than we are playing at the moment.
“I think we need to put our finger on why we are only playing well for just periods of games, and not for the full 90 minutes. As soon as we can rectify this I have no doubt we will go from strength to strength and do what is expected of us - which is to get promotion.”
With a potentially crucial match coming up against Lincoln City on Saturday – just one point separates the sides in the table – Weston, who has appeared in all seven league games this season, says there is only one solution to their concentration issues.
“That problem can only be solved on the training pitch, so we will regroup and put in another hard week of training and try to do that.”
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