Striker Barry Corr hopes to be back in the side and back among the goals against Portsmouth
Barry Corr is hoping for a return to the side and a return to the goals when Blues face Portsmouth on Wednesday.
Corr’s last goal came in the reverse fixture at Fratton Park back in November, when his goal sealed a 2-1 comeback win.
The striker hasn’t scored since then, despite playing a key role, and was left on the bench for Sunday’s trip to Accrington Stanley.
But he hopes to be back involved against Pompey, saying: “Obviously there’s a lot of games to be played over this period.
“So sometimes it’s nice to come out of the side and have a rest but Cauley (Woodrow) has made an impact in the last few games so deserved a chance.
“Obviously Freddy and I were able to come off the bench and make an impact in the game against Accrington.
“We had a few chances to win the game but it was nice to be able to help the team get a point.
“Obviously the goals aren’t coming at the moment so it’d be nice to get back among the goals against Portsmouth.
“As a striker it’s goals that give the confidence and maybe my confidence is a bit low, but I’m still getting the chances.
“A goal for a striker can make the difference between a 6 and an 8 in the ratings after a game. Hopefully once I get one they’ll start to flow.”
Corr is expecting a tough test against Pompey under their new manager Richie Barker.
He said: “They’ve had quite a few changes since we beat them 2-1 at their place and I’m expecting a tough game.
“We’ve beaten them once already and it’d be nice to do the double over them because they are a big club.
“You’d expect them to start picking up between now and the end of the season but hopefully that won’t start until after our game against them.”