Vale concentrating no further than the Bristol City match
Despite some big matches coming up for Vale in the month of October, Vale Assistant Manager Mark Grew says Vale are not looking too far ahead.
He said: “Every game is a big game in this league. You look at the teams we have played since the start of the season, Brentford, Wolves, Orient and we haven’t looked in danger or in trouble or outplayed, so there are no great concerns.
All we are interesting in doing is preparing for the Bristol City match on Saturday. “We are looking at Saturday’s game first of all and the rest will take care of themselves.
“Obviously they haven’t had the best of starts. I thought they would have been one of the leading contenders at the start of the season.
“Sean O’Driscoll is a very experienced manager and I am sure he will be working very hard to get them back on the right track.
“We are expecting a tough game. We had them watched on Saturday and they have got some good players in there.
“But like I said last week before the game at Tranmere, when somebody is down you have got to kick them and keep them down there and that is what we plan to do again.
“We are going to be positive on Saturday. They have obviously watched us in our last two or three games and know what they are going to be in for.
“If you look at their team you wonder why they are down there. Obviously confidence isn’t as high as it should be at that club and what we have got to do is keep it low.
“But we are not all that worried about them too much, it is about what we do. If we are firing on all cylinders we won’t have a problem on Saturday.”