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Ramage Not Getting Carried Away

Peter Ramage has told the Toon Army that they won't be getting carried away when Birmingham visit this weekend.

Ramage played for the first time this season against Sunderland and has since kept his place against Grimsby (Carling Cup) and the win against WBA.

Ramage said: 'We have won the last three games, and we're full of confidence as you would expect. We didn't get off to the best of starts to the season, but we're moving in the right direction now. When we beat Sunderland and then Grimsby, we went to West Brom looking to make it three wins on the bounce. Now we've done that, we're looking for the fourth straight win. We're on a nice little run now and we're happy with the way things are going for us.'

But Ramage warns: 'Birmingham are struggling, and people will expect us to beat them on Saturday when they look at the current form. Of course, we go into the game in a good position. We're full of confidence and after winning two away games, we want to keep that run going at home. But we're certainly not counting our chickens, because we still have a lot of work to do to get to a position in the league table that we are happy with.'

He also says things are improving - at last!

'It's not nice when you look at the table and find yourself in the bottom section. Things are looking better now, we're up into the top half of the Premiership but there is still plenty of room for improvement.'

Well if they aren't going to take the win for granted, I will. EASY, EASY, EASY......I'll get me coat.

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