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LUKE Brooks-Smith believes Chalfont St Peter have found their feet again after picking up only their second point from seven games on Saturday, Keith.
The Saints, having propelled themselves into Southern One Central play-off contention before Christmas, have dropped back into midtable following seven games without a win since the new year.
But Brooks-Smith who returned to the club in 2012 following a spell coaching in America, saw shoots of recovery in Saturday’s goalless draw against Northwood.
He said: “We’ve struggled with confidence since the Christmas break and been on a bit of a bad run, so it was just finding our feet again, and we did that today. It was probably one of the most entertaining draws I’ve played in as both teams tried to play football and get the result. Even against Bedworth last week we lost but put on a good show, getting the ball down and moving round. “Everyone is buzzing and e have a good feeling once again. It’s better than when we went on a four-game osing run, but we need to win a few back-to-back. I know it a cliché, but we’ll take every me as it comes and do the t things at the right time to we push on.” Jack Waldren, making his first start since joining from Hitchin, came closest to breaking the deadlock when he struck the bar for Chalfont, while Adam Pepera made his second Saints debut, having returned from Uxbridge.