Last time out Taddy thrashed old foes Cleethorpes Town away from home to finally put the hoodoo to bed.
“The Cleethorpes game was a really good result for us” started Savory.
“I thought we played very well in patches, all the lads put in a big shift which was pleasing to see.”
“I think the difference on the day was how clinical we were. We started the game on fire and scored early doors but we did ride our luck a bit afterwards before we took our chances after the break.”
The Brewers endured an upturn in form in the month of October winning four out of six but what does Savory put that down to?
“Work rate! We have quality in our dressing room in abundance, we just have to apply ourselves in the right way and results will no doubt continue to follow as we’ve shown what we can do in this past month.”
With a rare Saturday off last week, we asked the Albion forward what’s been the theme in training recently.
“We’ve been working on a few different things in training; possession, finishing and Si has slipped in a bit more disguised and not so disguised running this week given we haven’t had a game.”
Looking ahead to Saturday’s game, Savory believes competition for places is healthy and key to a successful campaign.
“I think it’s good, with everybody fit we’ve now got competition all over the pitch which is what we need to achieve our goals this season.”
“Finally I would like to say thank you for all of your continued support, please keep it up as it really means a lot to us players.”