Boyce targets good run
By Mark Buckingham
Last Updated: 01/01/70 1:00am
Emmerson Boyce is hoping Wigan can now embark upon a surge up the table.
Emmerson Boyce is hoping Wigan Athletic can now embark upon a surge up the Premiership table.
The Latics claimed just a second league win of the season last weekend after crushing North West rivals Manchester City 4-0.
The victory lifted Wigan away from the relegation zone and closer towards the top half of the table, where the club finished last season.
Boyce, who has made a solid start to his JJB career after joining from Crystal Palace, has been happy with the team's displays.
The full back is now looking for the results to match the performances, with the aim of firing Wigan up the table.
"We've been playing well, but obviously we haven't got the results," Boyce told Sky Sports News.
"To play well doesn't mean nothing if you're not getting the results, but we're confident the results are going to come.
"The manager told us before the game (against Man City) to keep a clean sheet and try to nick a goal.
"We kept a clean sheet and obviously the goals came as well, so it was double the joy.
"We are confident we can go on a good run now and hopefully climb up the table."