Date: 8th November 2013 at 9:53am
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Winger Chris Sedgwick has said he’s loving life under caretaker boss Ronnie Jepson having started the last four games.

Speaking to The Bury Times the 33 year old wide player said that for whatever reason he never really got a shot under Kevin Blackwell so he’s loving life in the first team at the moment and he’s not going to give Craig Jones a pass back into the starting XI if he can help it even though he’s now recovered from a groin strain.

‘You need people pushing you, Craig needs me pushing him when he’s in the team and vice versa. It’s good for the team because I know that if I’m not doing it, then Craig will.’

As for Jepson more senior appointment following he departure of our former manager, Sedgwick says that the spirit on the training pitch is now very good indeed because the players want to prove themselves to him and play for him, and the players are all pulling in the same direction even if results still aren’t always going for us.

‘We let him down on Saturday, we know that, and we will be looking to rectify that against Cambridge.’

As for the FA Cup first round clash, the player admitted that it would be a tough game because they are flying high at the top of their league at the moment and are in good form, and they will no doubt be boosted following our defending against Torquay last weekend, so the team will really need to be at it to get the result they want.