We shouldn't be where we are in
the league - Abbott
goalscoring legend Gary Abbott makes his first ever trip to windswept
Merland Rise on Saturday as Cray Wanderers aim to go five league games
unbeaten and climb further up the Ryman League Division One table, writes
But it won't be easy against a Banstead Athletic
side that have picked up 11 points from their last five games, including
wins against Newport IOW, Dover Athletic and Metropolitan Police.
And the 41-year-old striker, whose banged in the goals for clubs including Welling United, Aldershot Town, Barnet, Enfield and Slough Town, revealed in an EXCLUSIVE interview with www.kentishfootball.co.uk that they must be in fifth place come February.
Cray, however, remain in one cup competition, where they'll travel to Staines Town in the London Senior Cup, after Dartford knocked them out of the Kent Senior Cup last night.
Jon Main's 16th goal of the season wasn't enough
as the Southern Leaguers progressed into the last eight, courtesy of goals
from Ryan Hayes, Eddie McClements and Dave Martin.
Speaking about his side being 12th place in the
table, he insisted: "We shouldn't be where we are in the
league. I think everyone knows that. We've got quality players
in our team, we just haven't really performed to our best and we've got to
Abbott is the fourth highest goalscorer at the
club, that have scored a whopping 67 goals in all competitive games this
season, but eight-goal Abbott wants more.