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Harry Crawford admits Barnet must start producing better displays to show 'other teams how good we are'
Harry Crawford believes the Bees must start producing better performances in the Skrill Premier in order to show "other teams how good we are."
The striker came off the bench at the weekend and scored the winner as Barnet defeated Hyde 3-2.
Goals from Keanu Marsh-Brown and Mark Byrne had put Edgar Davids’ side in complete control at the break but a poor second period followed the Tigers levelled thanks to two long range strikes from Liam Tomsett.
Crawford was introduced with ten minutes to go and he fired a half volley into the corner to secure the three points.
Speaking after the game, the 21-year-old said: "I think we know that we are better than some of our performances. So it is time for us to start producing better performances on the pitch and showing other teams how good we really are."
The Bees remain unbeaten after six matches but have played five part time sides.
Crawford, who joined the Bees from Dartford in January, says it is important to defeat the likes of Hyde to sustain a challenge for promotion.
He explained: "You stay near the top of the table by beating the part time sides. For a few of those sides, coming to The Hive is like a cup final and they all want to beat us.
"So they are the matches you need to win and we have done that in most games. We have tough matches coming up and over the Christmas period it will be difficult.
"So we want to get as many points on the board as we can, stay positive and stay near the top."
The striker continued: "The first month is over and done with now and everyone is getting to grips with the teams we are playing and the standard of the league.
"It is important we now focus on what we want to do and continue to get the points on board.
"If you accumulate a lot of points quickly, then teams will be scared off us and will not want to play us."
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