NEAL Ardley wants to make Kingsmeadow a fortress this season.
The AFC Wimbledon manager watched his team make it four wins out four on home soil with a 3-1 win over Burton Albion on Saturday.
In fact Ardley's side have only lost once this calendar year, going down 1-0 to Barnet in April, and it's no coincidence that the points are being raked in at KT1.
Ardley has revealed making his team hard to beat at home was a top priority over the summer and is proud of Wimbledon's results at Kingsmeadow since the turn of the year.
“We talked about it pre-season,” the Dons boss said of his side's home form.
“Any team that has a good season has to have good home form. We talked about that. That's easier said than done.
“Last season when we put a decent team together from January onwards, we've lost one game at home in the whole of 2013, and that game was absolute daylight robbery against Barnet.
“You look at it and think we should've been unbeaten in 2013. That's a great stat – it's there to be broken – but we've got to make it hard for teams to come here.”
A trip to Cheltenham awaits this weekend before Wimbledon's 100 per cent record is tested again by Northampton.
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