Let's get a move on
WANDERERS number one Adam Bogdan says a first Championship win in today’s early kick off against QPR would be a massive boost to confidence after last weekend’s Nottingham nightmare.
Like everyone in the Whites camp, Bogdan wants the winless start to end as quickly as possible after opening up the campaign with just two points from nine.
And he believes Wanderers can quickly rise up the table if they rediscover the winning habit from the back end of last season.
He said: “It is important to get that first win and it is the same for every team.
“The sooner we get it, the sooner the confidence will come.
“When you get into that winning habit, like we did last season, it is better for you and you can stay in the top half of the table.
“We did not start very well last season and it continued for a while.
“It was only really the last third of the season when we pulled the wins in.
“We drew a lot of games but we climbed up the table rapidly with wins.”
With less than a month of the season gone, Bogdan is far from downbeat about the promotion prospects.
Like his manager Dougie Freedman, the keeper accepts it has been a tough start in terms of the fixtures Wanderers have faced.
But he is of the general school of thought there are no easy games in the second tier.
Bogdan added: “It is a really hard fixture list we are starting with but there are no easy games as we saw last season.
“You go to Barnsley who should be weaker than you and have to fight really hard to win or you go to a relegated team like Bristol City and have a tough time.
“It is not an ideal start but at the end of the day you are going to play everybody twice.
“I think it is too early to talk about getting left behind.
“I have only played one season in the Championship but it proved to me how tight the league is.
“As long as you are not very far behind in the middle of the season, you can make up ground and anything can happen.”