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While the midfielder admits it has been a successful second half of the campaign for Town in beating the drop in trying circumstances under Steve Cotterill, he sees far brighter possibilities for his hometown club.
Edwards, 35, has opened the door on extending his Town career into next season and sees bigger and better things with experienced boss Cotterill at the helm.
Ahead of tonight’s visit of promotion-hunting Lincoln City, Edwards feels there is no reason why Town cannot be in a similar position to the Imps next season.
“I’ve always wanted to be fighting at the other end of the table with this club,” said Edwards. “Even last year and this year I’ve believed we’re capable of that. Celebrating safety? I don’t believe it’s something this football club should be aiming for.
“I believe we’ve got more as a football club to offer than just staying in League One.”
Edwards knows that, having extended their League One stay for a seventh consecutive season. Town fans want to enjoy the ride that comes with a push at the top end.
That shows we’re capable of it, with the right team, players and man in charge, anything is achievable. That’s what we need to be doing.
“I do think it’s been a successful season, or second half of it, when you look at everything we’ve had to go through and adversity as a club, to come through it safe with four games left – if somebody had offered you that at the start of December you’d have snapped their hands off.”
Edwards stressed the importance of finishing the final four matches strongly.