Following The Nomads' 3-0 victory over Cardiff Met on Saturday afternoon, Nik Mesney spoke to Andy Morrison to get his thoughts on the performance.
You've won the game if you keep a clean sheet
"The emotions of the game are 'you've won the game if you keep a clean sheet' - naturally they're going to push on maybe ten yards further up the pitch which pushes you back a touch, but what's important then is that you don't concede a goal - once you can get towards 60-70 minutes at 3-0 it's very hard for them to come in [to the game]."
A lot of tired legs
"I'd say probably the last 15-20 minutes there's a lot of tired legs out there - a lot of lads have worked really hard in the last month and we're going to have a real rest up this week and really freshen things up and keep it bright and then head into the Semi Final next week."
I was really worried
"I was really worried about the Cardiff Met game today because I thought Cardiff Met were much better than Bangor last week, I thought they looked stronger than then, I tought they looked more organised, I thought they had more threat throughout the team, so I was worried about this game today and it was so important that we got over the line..."
You can see Morrison's full post-match interview in the video below