Highlights of today's 0-0 draw with Colchester and Paul Hurst's thought's on the game.
Speaking on iFollow Mariners, the manager said: "I can see why people think both. Every game is an opportunity to win, the table suggests whether it’s a better chance or not, but ultimately every game’s a chance.
"That could end up being a big point for us. We’re still propping the rest of the teams up, but I still see positives personally.
"The positives for me are certainly a clean sheet, we’ve had nowhere near enough of those, and it’s a second game unbeaten.
"That might seem silly to some, but I think if you look at our form in general, that has to be seen as a positive.
"I do feel there’s a bit more spirit, we’re harder to play against. Obviously we didn’t score a goal tonight which you need to win games, but I’m more positive in our chances moving forward."
Watch the full interview on iFollow Mariners.