Northampton Town goalkeeper Chris Dunn says the team’s results are more important to him than individual records.
The young keeper conceded at Darlington after 523 consecutive minutes of league football to leave him agonisingly short of the Club record.
Speaking after Tuesdays 2-1 away win, where Town had fought back from being a goal behind, Dunn said:
“It’s nice to get records and it’s been a team effort, but we got the result and that’s the main thing. I’ll settle for the recent record. The main thing is to win and keep moving up the league.”
Dunn, a former Apprentice at Northampton Town, holds the record in more recent times, with his sequence beating Keith Welch’s 467 minutes in 2000. The all-time Club record is six consecutive clean sheets.