Blackpool are out of the relegation zone for the first time since the opening day of the season after beating Crewe 2-0 on Saturday, but McDonald insists there’s ‘still lots and lots to do’.
Goals from Hayden White and Jack Redshaw mean Pool have now gone 6 games unbeaten and have climbed up to 19th in the table, but McDonald isn’t getting ahead of himself.
He told the official site: ‘Once we scored the first one obviously Crewe had to come out a little bit and try and take a few more chances. We certainly exploited the spaces very well and I think we should have scored more than the two goals we did in the second-half.’
‘We’re in a better position than we were when the game started, and that’s four points from two games which is an excellent return. There’s still lots and lots to do, though.’
After a disastrous run at the start of the season, the side certainly seem to have picked up these last few games and McDonald will now hope his side can start looking up the table instead of worrying about relegation.
Whilst issues persist off the pitch regarding the Oyston ownership, performances on the pitch have at least improved and McDonald seems to be doing a good job of turning things around at Bloomfield Road.