Gloucester City made it three wins on the bounce after a dominant away performance at Alfreton Town on Tuesday evening.\r\n\r\nSpeaking to gloucestercityafc.com after the game, Harris praised his side’s patience and the “sublime” passing play that he witnessed.\r\n\r\n”It was another good team performance” Harris said. “I was pleased with our patience in possession and some of our passing was sublime.\r\n\r\n”Alfreton have a big aerial threat from set plays and it’s sometimes difficult to deal with that but I thought we dealt with it well tonight.”\r\n\r\nHaving played in the FA Cup on Sunday afternoon, Alfreton were visibly tiring as the game went on, but Harris says that shouldn’t be a factor.\r\n\r\n”We’ve just got to do what we’ve got to do, it doesn’t matter whether they’re the best side in the league or a side down the bottom there’s no easy games, we know that.\r\n\r\n”Whether they played on Sunday or not they’ve made a few changes to that team and had fresh legs in the squad, but that’s not my concern.\r\n\r\n”My concern is what Gloucester City do. We’ve come here after a bad journey, the traffic was horrendous, we’ve made no excuses and put in a solid performance.”\r\n\r\nZack Kotwica was back on the scoresheet after scoring twice against FC United of Manchester last time out, but the boss was keen to highlight how the rest of his side have kicked on.\r\n\r\n”I think, as a side, we have progressed. There were times in the second half when we got a little bit sloppy but they didn’t really hurt us, and I think we still can do better than how we’re doing.\r\n\r\n”That bodes well for the future if we can keep improving. If we can keep getting the ball moving and putting it in the right areas then who knows where it can take us?”\r\n\r\nHarris was also full of praise for the supporters that made the journey up.\r\n\r\n”I would also like to say a big thanks to those that made the trip up here, it’s a great effort on a Tuesday night and it’s not the easiest ground to get to and so I thank them all for their commitment to the cause of Gloucester City Football Club.”\r\n\r\nThe Tigers now face Curzon Ashton at home on Saturday afternoon, looking to make it four wins in a row, but also victory would guarantee City moving into the play-off positions.