CHERRIES boss Jonathan Woodgate reiterated a play-off spot was “in our hands” as his side look to record a flawless Easter double.

Following Good Friday’s 3-1 victory over Middlesbrough, the Dorset club are set to make the trip to Blackburn Rovers in the Championship tomorrow (3pm).

Cherries are a point behind Reading, who occupy the final play-off spot at present, but they hold a game in hand on their fellow promotion rivals.

“We’ve got a game in hand. If we win all our games we’re in the play-offs. It’s in our hands,” said Woodgate.

“We have to keep consistency. That’s vital now moving forward. We can’t take our foot off the gas.

“I need to reiterate that to players, don’t get complacent because this league can come and bite you.

“You need to do your jobs well, every single week.

“Don’t just think you’re going to turn up and turn teams over, because it doesn’t happen like that.

“They need to be resilient and make sure their attitudes are good and they don’t just turn up and think it’s going to be a walkover.”