Sian, we have one game left of the season. What are your thoughts going into it?


“We are all excited to get back in action after another weekend without a game.


“The group have been working really hard in training to try and end this season on a positive note.


“Preparation has been good and we have looked at some things that we needed to improve on from the Ipswich Town match.


“We have also given ourselves the opportunity to assess our game plan for this Sunday.


“We have had a few players returning from injury which is great and we should have a strong squad to pick from at the weekend.”


The season is not finished yet, but have you had some time to reflect on it as a whole?


“I have not really had the chance to properly go back and reflect on the season just yet.


“It is definitely something that we will look to do as staff and as a team.


“We have done a bit of work with the players based on how they have found the environment which is great feedback to receive.


“You can definitely see how the team has progressed and grown from where we were at the beginning of the year.


“It was a really tough start to the season and you can see from the results that we have been gradually improving.


“We understand that this Sunday’s game is very important to us, which is where our attention should be at this moment in time.”


How eager are the players to put the Ipswich result behind us through a positive performance this Sunday, especially given that there is something riding on it?


“The players are excited to rise to the challenge and they know what we require out of the game.


“They have been resilient to the tough tests that have come our way this year and I expect this Sunday to be no different.


“They have pulled through their individual challenges as a group which shows the strength of this team.”


What sort of challenges are you expecting from Plymouth Argyle?


“Plymouth had a great result where they scored a lot of goals at Hounslow, which proves that they will be a threat in the final third.


“They have a very quick frontline which is something that we must counteract.


“We expect them to come out strong given that they also have something riding on the game.


“They will also be eager to end their season with a win, so it is going to be a hard-fought match.”


This Sunday marks our final fixture of this season, so a lot of credit must go to our supporters for getting behind us since our first match at Keynsham Town?


“It has been amazing to have the support from our fans all season.


“We really appreciate their continued backing of us and we are hoping that they will be out in full force again on Sunday to get us over the line.”