ACCRINGTON Stanley winger Jordan Clark thinks the 2-2 draw at Sunderland was a good way for his side to get back on track.

Clark added how he enjoys playing in the home games where away teams travel with a large following.

The Stanley wide man highlighted how it's important for his fellow midfielders to score goals to take the weight off Billy Kee.

"We got back to how we were playing earlier on in the season with confidentially passing it out from the back," said Clark.

"We’ve been scoring goals and we’ve been missing that. In the game against Oxford scoring four is great for us attacking players.

"The draw on Saturday wasn’t the best result, but like I say, we take it and we move on.

"You always want to win your home games and then try and pick up points in your away game.

"Saturday and Tuesday now, it’ll be two tough games. We’ll definitely go for the six points."

Coventry, tomorrow's opponent's, and Blackpool, Tuesday's opponent's, are expected to bring a large following. This excites Clark.

"The atmospheres will be great, they both bring a good away following. Coventry are going for the play-offs this year, so they’ll be up for the game," added Clark.

"The Blackpool game is a derby, they should both be sell-outs and good games to play in.

Dan Barlaser scored his first league goal for Stanley on Saturday, this is something the midfield should be doing more of Clark thinks.

"There’s a big onus on Billy because he’s a great striker. If others can chip in from midfield then it’s a big help and it’ll push you up the league," said Clark.

"I said to Dan the other day that he should be doing that more often because he’s got some strike on him.

"He should be getting five or six from midfield. I’m sure it’ll come now his confidence is high, he’ll start shooting more."