Nov 26 2012 By Tim Street
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THE League Two table might tell a different story – but Neil Sullivan reckons not much is wrong at AFC Wimbledon.
The Dons slipped to within a point of the relegation zone following Saturday's 3-1 defeat at Morecambe.
But veteran keeper Sullivan, who joined the club on loan earlier this month, believes he sees the makings of a decent side at Kingsmeadow.
He said: “I think we were a bit unfortunate. We got punished for our mistakes, simple as that. They were honest mistakes though, and you can take them, because that's the ways of football.
“We did well to pull it back to 2-1, and at that stage we looked like the team who would go on and win it.
“There is a lot to work on, but I been here a couple of weeks now, and results have sometimes not told the whole story.
“We shipped four during the week at Southend and came off the pitch asking ourselves how we have beaten by four goals, and it was a similar feeling against Morecambe.
“We just have to keep believing in what we are doing, and the rub of the green we haven't been getting will come.”