Melbourne City FC defender Jack Clisby acknowledged his side’s job is not done yet coming into the final 360 minutes of the regular season.
After an important 1-0 over Brisbane Roar on Saturday night, the gap between the two sides increased to eight points, but Clisby was quick to focus on the four remaining season matches.
“It was so important that we got the win, it made that gap between us a lot bigger,” Clisby said.
“We haven’t qualified for the finals yet, we only have 360 minutes left of the season so we are looking to make sure we get everything out of the final 360 we have,
“We’ve won the last three matches consecutively without conceding so both parts of the team are playing their part.”
Melbourne City FC’s impressive defensive form has seen competition for starting positions heat up and the former Perth Glory full back feels the healthy rivalry is driving the backline to perform at high standards.
“The defence has been solid so far so when I come in, I just hope I can give it my best and make sure there are no goals going in,” Clisby said.
“Most of the players are coming back from injury and everyone is fighting for those positions to get into the team and im just trying to hold my position now.”
With the Western Sydney Wanderers on Friday night, Melbourne City FC will be looking to redeem themselves from their last outing at Pirtek Stadium.
Don’t miss the match on free-to-air SBS One and Fox Sports 505 from 7:30pm on Friday 3 April.