Callum Brittain insists the MK Dons squad are still confident in their abilities ahead of Tuesday’s Sky Bet League One clash with Rochdale.
The Dons picked up a point against sixth-placed Coventry City in their last outing and will be looking to build upon the result at The Crown Oil Arena.
Brittain praised the spirit and determination in the Dons performance against The Sky Blues and feels they can use the performance as motivation to kick on.
“You can tell all the players wanted to win that game, it was a spirited performance,” Brittain told iFollow MK Dons ahead of the clash.
“We can only kick on from it now, it was a good point and it’s exactly what we needed after the last five games - we now look to get all three points at Rochdale.
“Confidence is still high, we could’ve won that game and we all believe that. We feel like we’ll kick on and head to Rochdale with a lot of confidence.”
Saturday’s game marked Brittain’s 100th as a professional footballer, his journey started 2016 when he travelled to Iceland for a loan spell with Prottur.
Since then, Brittain has nailed down a place as a starter for MK Dons and become a fan favourite for his displays on the pitch.
“Iceland was a massive time in my career for me. I wasn’t getting minutes here, so to get and get adult football was just what I needed. I developed as a person as well because I was living on my own it was what I needed at the time.
“My stand out memories are my first goal against Oxford United, getting called up for England and then probably the promotion season last year were all standout moments.”