STANLEY captain Sean McConville admitted he was frustrated after Saturday's clash with Rochdale was postponed because the Reds wanted to capitalise on the feel good factor of the Wycombe Wanderers victory.

The Wham Stadium pitch failed a pitch inspection on Saturday morning and tonight's rearranged fixture was also called off with the game now scheduled to take place in April.

The Reds ended a run of three successive defeats with a 3-1 win over Wycombe at Adams Park and McConville was hoping to take that momentum in to the derby clash against Rochdale.

But the weather had the final say.

"The weather has been awful and there was no way we could get the game on," said McConville. "It was a real shame and frustrating because we all wanted to play.

"It was a game we were all looking forward to and had prepared for but you can't do anything about the weather."

McConville admitted confidence had been hit following defeats to Coventry City, Blackpool and Barnsley but the mood was upbeat after their vital League One victory at Wycombe.

"We have had a tough few results lately but the victory and the performance was really good and were looking forward to carrying on that momentum against Rochdale," said McConville.

"It was a derby game and something we were looking forward to.

"The mood in the camp is really good at the moment after beating Wycombe and we wanted to capitalise on that.

"But we all had a bit of downtime instead but we'll be ready to go again at Burton on Saturday."

With Stanley out of action, John Coleman's side slipped to 15th place - four points above the drop zone.

Two teams below Stanley - Oxford United and Wimbledon - picked up victories at the weekend not that McConville is too worried about what other sides are doing.

"We have to concentrate on what we are doing and not worry about what teams around us are doing," he said.

"I saw the results at the weekend but we can only