CORREY Davidson believes Witham Town’s performance against Heybridge Swifts last weekend shows that they have plenty more to offer this season.

A poor run of form heading into the local derby at the Village Glass Stadium had left Town manager Adam Flint fearing that his team’s campaign may “peter out” unless they could pick things up.

Swifts came into the game having scored 21 goals in their previous four games and while Witham fell behind, their response and fighting spirit convinced Davidson that there is more in the tank.

The 24-year-old capped a sterling Town effort by scoring a well-taken equaliser in a dramatic 90th minute.

And while there was personal sweetness in scoring against one of his former clubs, it was what it meant to the team that really made it special for the Irish midfielder.

He said: “It was very sweet, especially given the type of game it was and with the fans that were there.

“It was a really good atmosphere and to get a goal that late having been one-nil down against one of your former clubs, that was an amazing feeling.

“It shows the season isn’t over for us and if we can keep scoring goals we can climb the table.

“We knew Heybridge were a good side and we said before the game that they had some good players.

“In the first half, we set up to battle them and see what they had; it showed they are a good side, but in the second half we said we’d go for it and I felt we showed that we have quality.

“I thought the result we got was what we deserved.

“There were some good chances in the second half that we maybe should have put away, but overall, I think a draw was a good result.

“Everyone in the crowd could see that the lads played with a lot of heart and battled well.

“It shows that a lot of hard work pays off and we got a result.

“Hard work pays off and we need to play like that every single week.

“I know it’s hard, but we are fit bunch of lads and I’m sure we can do it.

“We have some quality players up front and we have shown that we can pick up results.

“Hopefully we can carry this good feeling on into other games.”