CHELTENHAM boss Michael Duff wants more from his side ahead of Saturday’s clash with Wanderers.

Duff’s men sit 10th in the League One table and enter the game on the back of a 2-0 win at Gillingham thanks to goals from Sean Long and Alfie May.

However, the Cheltenham chief insists there is still more to come ahead of their trip to the UniBol.

“I thought we deserved the win based on chances but it’s a bit of a weird emotion there,” he told Gloucestershire Live.

“It’s only our second win away from home and we’ve kept a clean sheet, but it feels like there’s a lot more in there. I thought it was too open today – a bit more of a basketball game than we wanted.

“When we did pass the ball, we opened them up. The second goal was a really good goal and we could have done that a bit more.

“But it’s back-to-back wins and it’s a clean sheet, so there are loads of positives.

“It felt like an Under-18s game really because there was so much space all over the pitch, which is not normally how we want to play.

“The back five were too deep, the front two were too high and the midfielders were having too much ground to cover.”

Cheltenham have been dealt a couple of injury blows, with defender Matty Blair and midfielder Conor Thomas set to miss Saturday’s game.

Duff admits it isn’t ideal but insists he has confidence in Kyle Joseph, who filled in at right back against Gillingham.

He added: "Conor’s will be longer. Blairy is only a couple of weeks, but Conor might be four or five weeks. Slightly higher grade. Not ideal.

"The one positive was Kyle Joseph because I thought he was magnificent out there [against Gillingham].

"To ask a young lad to go and play [at right back], while we know he has played there in pre-season for Swansea, the energy he showed and he could have had as many chances as he does when he’s up front.

"He came on Saturday, affected the game, scored the winner and got pulled in this afternoon probably thinking he was going to start.

“He probably would have started up front if we hadn’t had the injuries."