NEAL Ardley wants one win from AFC Wimbledon's last six games to secure League Two safety.
First-half strikes from Kevin Sainte-Luce and Jack Midson saw the Dons beat Morecambe this afternoon.
That win moved Wimbledon seven points clear of the drop zone and leaves them just two points short of the 50-point target Ardley was set upon taking the job.
One more win will take the Kingsmeadow side beyond that threshold and Ardley wants to pick up the final win sooner rather than later.
“I was really worried yesterday, the boys were lifeless and I called training early,” Ardley said after the Morecambe win.
“I don't want to be looking over my shoulder with two games to go, I want it put to bed early and then I can take a deep breath and enjoy my job and look forward.
“All along, we worked out 50 points and at the time we thought that was way over the odds. At that time, we needed 10 wins and did a presentation to the boys.
“We just kept ticking them down and we've still got one on the list. We're on 48 points and lets get that win as soon as we can.”
Sammy Moore withdrew from the squad that beat Morecambe through illness.
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