We can be a surprise package says Liam
And former Bournemouth ace Liam, in his first full season at The Den, insists: "I think this current squad can achieve anything.
With two tough away trips in quick succession at Championship new-boys Blackburn Rovers and Wolves - both of whom were playing in the Premier League last season - The Lions will face a real test of their Play-Off credentials in the space of four days.
Sunday's gritty 1-0 success against Leeds United kept Kenny Jackett's side nicely tucked in behind the Play-Off pack, and also extended the team's unbeaten run to 10 games.
Lions winger Liam Feeney believes that there is a growing feeling of confidence that The Lions can continue to build on a promising first third of the season and be involved in the battle for the Play-Offs come the business-end of the season in May. We want to surprise people this year.
There always seems to be a team that does that each season, so why can’t that be us?
The togetherness within the squad is more than it ever has been. We are showing great resilience and great spirit out on the pitch. if you want to buy online.here If you are a season ticket holder or member and haven't got your Blackburn or Wolves tickets yet, then click
We aren’t losing games, we are all grafting for each other and long may it continue.”