SKIPPER Mat Mitchel-King has warned his Dons team-mates they are endanger of undoing all of the work it took to haul themselves out of the League Two drop zone.
The battle for survival took another twist on Easter Monday as Barnet leapfrogged Wimbledon in the table following a smash-and-grab win at Kingsmeadow.
That result, along with wins for York, Aldershot and a battling draw for Accrington, dragged Mitchel-King's side back into the relegation scrap as the season reaches its climax.
Wimbledon are now just three points off the drop zone, with a worrying goal difference, and Mitchel-King says his team need to start putting more points back on the board.
“We need to get these points sooner rather than later otherwise the good work we've done over the last few months will be wasted,” he said. “We don't want to waste it because it's been tough and we've deserved to climb out of the relegation zone.
“Now we're looking over our shoulders again but it's in our hands so we know if we go to Bristol and get a result things will look rosier. We need some wins. It shouldn't be [any harder to pick up the last win for safety compared to other games] but I suppose that's a mental thing that comes into it.
“It's not cup football so we know this is our bread and butter. We need to go out there and set our stall out and perhaps we've not done that in the last couple of games over the Easter weekend. Our concentration has hurt us and we were hoping for three or four points out of this Easter period and we've come away with nothing.”
Mitchel-King has made 23 appearances for the Dons this term and has chipped in with two goals.
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