Doncaster Rovers boss Darren Ferguson was delighted to see his side ease their relegation worries with a 2-0 win against Bradford City.
Two late goals from John Marquis made sure Doncaster claimed the points in the Yorkshire derby, a win that pulls them seven points clear of the relegation zone and Ferguson admitted it was all about getting a result on a poor surface at the Keepmoat.
“Delighted, it is a big win for us,” Ferguson told BBC Radio Sheffield.
“Last two home games, it is five goals, six points and two clean Sheets, so I am delighted.
“It was all about the result, nothing else.
“It`s the business end of the season, that is what it`s about.”
The win for Doncaster was a first in the league at home against Bradford since the 1980/81 season when Steve Lister and Glyn Snodin, who is now part of the Bradford coaching staff, were in target in a 2-0 win.
Doncaster are now without a game until their trip to Blackpool on Good Friday due to their clash with Blackburn Rovers this weekend being postponed due to the league leaders having five players called up for international duty.
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