WHILE Phil Edwards watched fellow defender Robbie Williams steal the show with a goal against Macclesfield, the ex-Wigan man is not too worried about being a goal hero himself.
The centre-half has scored two goals in his Stanley career since 2005 but more importantly has helped tighten up a shaky backline this season to stop the Reds leaking goals.
And the 23-year-old is keen to continue this to the end of the season, after the Reds kept Macclesfield at bay on Tuesday night.
"Keeping clean sheets breeds confidence and we have needed that," said Edwards.
"While it is nice to score I am just happy with clean sheets.
"Rocky never usually goes so far up the pitch, though so I don’t know how he managed to score!
"But me and Kieran Charnock seem to be working well together, I played alongside Kieran when we were at Wigan together and we have kept the partnership going here.
"It was a massive three points for us against Macclesfield - all the lads worked hard and it was a massive performance."
He admitted the eight game winless run has been a tricky time as the Reds edged nearer the drop zone.
"It has been hard but all the lads believe in themselves and we have been playing well - all we have needed was a couple of goals.
"We knew if we kept playing the way we were we would get three points.
"Any win was important and it was good to get it sooner rather than later and now we need a couple more to move away from the relegation zone.
"We want to keep League Football at Accrington Stanley. It is really important to us especialy with the low budget that we survive.
"As a footballer you want to play in the League so this win was massive."