Cheltenham boss Mark Yates believes his side “bossed the game” in their 1-0 win at the Globe Arena on Saturday.
“I had a moan at half-time at the number of chances we created because we had three or four really good ones,” Yates said.
“Jermaine McGlashan should have done better with one, Byron (Harrison) saw a header well saved, but these moments can be defining moments and we have to be more ruthless.
“We kept at it and they had one good chance, but they are at home and we have come up and bossed the game, playing some decent enough stuff.
“We looked solid and we have a threat in us. We are talking about a win rather than a draw, which is what we are after.
“We are eight unbeaten in the league and we will just keep asking for more from them.
“They are working hard for points and we conceded some stupid goals earlier in the season, but we’ve tightened up and winning breeds confidence.”