Reynolds Hoping Rebels' Unity Will See Them Right

Neil Reynolds says he is determined to build a togetherness at FC United of Manchester but insists it will take time.

The Rebels have shown glimpses of their quality this season but remain in the bottom three, three points adrift of safety.

Wins have been hard to come by for Reynolds' men, their latest being just their second this calendar year.

A 3-1 win at AFC Telford on Saturday boosted their survival hopes. But it also shows just what a good thing they have going, believes Reynolds.

"We're in this together," he told the club's website. "We're all desperate to stay in this league and we're building a squad and a togetherness.

"You can feel it on the coach, you can feel it in the dressing room.

"I keep talking about that culture but it takes a long time to get there.

"It's not an excuse but we're getting there. There's a real trust in that dressing room now."

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