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Liam Daish has challenged Nuneaton Town to use their performance against promotion-seekers Forest Green Rovers as the benchmark to try to produce their own Great Escape.

Yet to score a goal or get a point in 2015, Boro's 1-0 defeat at the New Lawn leaves them eight points from safety with 13 games to play in non-League's top flight.

Daish is fully aware they face a huge mountain to climb to escape the drop but he highlighted the positives in an encouraging team performance against a full-time outfit who lie fifth in the table.

"I feel I'm repeating myself by saying we've played well but not got any points," said Daish.

"I don't know whether there are enough games for us to stay up but I want us to keep playing in that manner.

"We showed a lot of belief in our play and, especially in the second half, we played the way I want my teams to play.

"We are giving it the best shot we can. I hope it's not too late."

Newcomers Elliott Whitehouse and George Maris both impressed on their debuts after joining on loan from Notts County and Barnsley respectively. The 21-year-old Whitehouse, particularly, ran the show from central midfield in the second half.

"Elliott was outstanding," said Daish. "He got about the pitch, put his foot in, worked back and ground out a few of his own players, which I like.

"As the game went on, George got more on the ball and had an excellent debut."

Daish is continuing to look at bringing in other players as the transfer window closes.

But with Boro's options
most likely to be loan signings he can wait for the loan window to reopen later this month.


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