Cullen urges Town to get on a winning run

Striker Mark Cullen wants Town to continue their winning run against lowly Woking tonight, writes Mike Simmonds.

Tuesday, 24th September 2013, 11:11 am
Town striker Mark Cullen

Hatters made it back to back victories for the first time this season by beating Lincoln City 3-2 on Saturday, and the forward hopes Luton can make that a treble this evening.

He said: “If you start winning, it becomes a habit and you get used to it.

“It doesn’t matter how badly you play, you still grind out results. That’s two in a row now and we’ve got another game on Tuesday that we look forward to and hopefully we can continue the run.

“We go into every game looking to win and expecting to win, and that will be no different, Tuesday or Saturday (against Hereford).

“We’ve got two tough games coming up, hopefully I can play in them, that’s the aim.”

Woking have won just twice all season, and are yet to triumph on home soil, but Town boss John Still doesn’t think they will be any less of a threat than the Imps at the weekend.

He said: “I always think that it takes eight or 10 games to see where you are and when you see where you are, you maybe need to move things around a little bit.

“Two or three wins changes the complexion for any team. Results haven’t been kind to them at moment, their manager may be pleased with how they’re playing but not getting results, I don’t know.

“But all I know is all games are tough in this league. We beat Dartford here very convincingly in the week and they beat Kidderminster on Saturday, so it’s only not so tough when they’re over.”

Woking are managed by Garry Hill, who Still replaced at his former club Dagenham & Redbridge, as the Town chief added: “I took over from him at Dagenham and Terry (Harris) worked with Gary for quite a few years, so I know him well.”

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