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Ulloa Delighted With Leicester Result

Ulloa Delighted With Leicester Result

Leo Ulloa has called on the side to maintain the levels we showed in the game against Leicester City last night, because he knows if we can do that and get the results that those performances would deserve, then we simply can't do anything else in our search for a play off spot between now and the end of the season.

Having struck a brace on the night himself in the four one victory, Ulloa told the Official Site Ulloa was quick to ensure that nobody got carried away, but of course there are endless positives we can take from the match.

'We need to play the same as we did in every game. We played extremely well. For now we don't need to think about the play offs we need to think about the next game. The play offs are possible but we need to focus on Saturday and follow up on the win.'

Ulloa goes on to say that not only was the performance level very good but we continued to create good chances in the game, but obviously this time took them against a very good team, and the focus for him is clearly on repeating that and ending the season with as many points and wins as we can now and then we'll have to see what will be and where it puts us.

On a personal level for Ulloa having scored himself a brace it did bring an end to his own five game mini drought in front of game, and he was obviously delighted with that also and if anything for him he talked about it more being the icing on the cake of the night, as clearly the three points take precedence over individuals.

He also pointed out that Craig Mackail-Smith's continued return to fitness would be a boost for us, along with Will Hoskins as we move forward now.

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Writer:VitalSeagull
Date:Wednesday April 9 2014
Time: 8:27PM

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