Brad Barry has said that Barrow must carry the positivity within the camp on to the pitch with them as they prepare for an important Easter weekend double header.
The Bluebirds star insists that back-to-back defeats have done little to dent confidence in the squad and the players can’t wait to return to home soil against Newport County on Good Friday.
Barry shrugged off the disappointment of a controversial penalty decision that went against him last time out at Stevenage and said all the focus is on what is to come for he and his teammates.
“That’s forgotten about now,” he told iFollow.
“We have got ten games left and that’s all we’re focusing on so we’re in the Football League next season and all the fans can appreciate what we achieved last year and see us play at this level.
“We’re so positive here at Barrow and we never underestimate ourselves. Everyone might look at us as the underdogs but teams afterwards always say we’re one of the hardest to play against.
“A month ago we would probably snap someone’s hand off for the points and position we’re in now and that just shows how good we are and we shouldn’t feel threatened by anyone.
“We’ve got ten Cup Finals now so we have to take each one as it comes and make sure we’re doing everything right to take three points.”