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Consistency key for Crouchy

Posted on 1 December 2010  - 12:00

Peter Crouch feels the past 10 days at the Club have made the players start to believe they can ‘achieve something fantastic’ this season.

Consistency key for Crouchy

Peter Crouch feels the past 10 days at the Club have made the players start to believe they can ‘achieve something fantastic’ this season.

Four straight wins, including the famous treble of Arsenal away, Werder Bremen in the Champions League and Liverpool in the last minute, leave us six points off the top of the Barclays Premier League and through to the knockout stages in Europe's elite competition.

This is certainly our best spell of the 2010/11 season so far, and ‘Crouchy’ knows it is this sort of consistency that will be key to our success.

Reflecting on the week that was, the striker said: “I remember thinking what a great week it had been after the wins against Arsenal and Bremen and knowing that getting a result against Liverpool would be fantastic.

“To get a last minute goal was a fantastic way to win a game, as was the Arsenal game, and it doesn’t get any better than qualifying for the next round of the Champions League.

“I think we’re all starting to believe that we can achieve something fantastic. I think we’ve got enough ability about us, as we’ve been saying for a long time.

“It’s all about getting a similar consistency to that of the kind Manchester United and Chelsea have been getting over the last few years.

“We’ve been consistent and had a great week, and going into the Christmas period, if we can carry on the way we’re playing, hopefully we can get right up there.”