The thoughts of the St Neots Town manager after his side’s 1-1 final day draw at Long Buckby on Saturday.

GETTING the draw at Long Buckby was really pleasing as we'd rested four or five - the likes of Webby, Jacob, Strachan, Fordham and Fuffy.

And, although it was a game in the end that had nothing really riding on it, with the league already won and the pressure off, I think pride saw them through.

I was delighted that we got that goal in injury time because it's never nice to lose a game.

And at the start of the season, we would have more than happily taken a point away at Long Buckby as it's a difficult fixture - King's Lynn losing 3-0 there on the opening day is a prime example of that.

So we managed to get through it having rested a few, with no injuries, ahead of two cup finals, and having lost just one game all season.

To my mind, we actually broke Rothwell's record, points per game, in a sense because they played 42 league games when they did it, where as we played only 40.

And I'm sure we'd have got one point out of the final two league games had we played 42.

I don't think what we've done in terms of goals scored this season will ever be repeated again, ever.

To score 160 goals in the league, with a plus 127 goal difference - beating Daventry's record last season - is an unbelievable achievement.

There's only 120 points up for grabs at the start of the season - and we only managed to win it with a game to spare - so it demonstrates just how well we've done.

We finish up against Kempston on Friday in the Hinchingbrooke Cup final.

They are a team who will go into the game with a lot of confidence - and on a high - having just won their league. But, with that said, they might realise just how difficult going up into the UCL Premier is going to be for them.