Goalkeeper Lee Nicholls hopes Saturday’s battling draw with Coventry City can prove to be a turning point in MK Dons’ season.
Nicholls & Co played out a goalless draw with the Sky Blues at Stadium MK, with Nicholls playing a pivotal role in securing the point by saving a second-half spot-kick.
The result put an end to the Dons’ run of five straight defeats and Nicholls now expects the team to kick on and build upon the point.
“Hopefully this is a turning point and we can kick on,” the goalkeeper told the media after Saturday’s game.
“We've not had a good run of late but we've come away with a point, so we have to use this to drive us on and improve our results. Hopefully we can build on this now.”
Reflecting on the penalty save, Nicholls said: “It was a big moment – they always are. If they score, they can kick on and dominate, but luckily we kicked on instead of them.
“Credit has to go to Mel – he works hard on his penalties. He tells me what to do and I have to pull it off.”
MK Dons are back in action on Tuesday evening when they take on Rochdale at the Crown Oil Arena.
If bought in advance from the Club, tickets are priced from £22 adults, £16 seniors/under-22s and £5 under-17s while under-2s go FREE. Ticket prices will increase by £3 on the night at the Crown Oil Arena.
Official Away Travel is available for this fixture, with coach spaces priced at £24 Season Ticket holders and members and £25 all other supporters. Coaches will depart Stadium MK at 1.45pm.
To book tickets click HERE, visit the Box Office at Stadium MK or call 0333 200 5343. Tickets will be available from the Club until midday on Tuesday.
Can't make the game? Supporters can tune in to watch the Dons take on Dale at the Crown Oil Arena for just £10. Kick-off is at 7.45pm.
To enjoy the live coverage on iFollow MK Dons, simply purchase a Video Match Pass and then access the homepage shortly before kick-off - click HERE to purchase your Video Match Pass for the match!