Date: 31st March 2014 at 5:10pm
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James Wesolowski has revealed his disappointment at the non-awarding of a penalty for Oldham at the weekend.

The Latics midfielder was left in little doubt that a penalty should have been awarded against Brentford at the weekend with him caught from behind as he looked to run through against the promotion chasers.

Nothing was given much to his amazement though but at least the good run Oldham are on was extended with the draw.

He told the official website: ‘It was a penalty.

‘I went for a shot and he’s caught me but the referee’s not given it. I thought some of the referee’s decisions were questionable but that’s football and you have to move on.

‘We put in a good performance but that’s four unbeaten now so that is good form to keep us in this division.’

The 26-year-old knows that Brentford are ‘a good team’ but felt that Oldham deserved all three-points but isn’t scoffing at the one collected mind as that could prove an important one.

Most importantly though he knows that survival is in the clubs own hands.

Adding: ‘We’ve got a run of games now which are all winnable so it’s in our hands. We’ve got to stay positive and make sure we keep doing the right things.’

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