Date: 27th January 2014 at 9:28pm
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AFC Wimbledon could quite simply play “hoof-ball” week in week out, but that isn’t what Neal Ardley says he wants from his side.

Wimbledon did what they needed to beat Exeter 2-1 at Kingsmeadow on Saturday, recording a much needed win, and Ardley has now set a points target that he wants from his side this season.

He knows what’s kept the Dons up previously, he’s set this a little higher and wants 60 points to ensure a relegation battle is fought again.

The Dons boss said: ‘We knew we hadn’t won for a while. We talked about it during the week and how we impose ourselves at home.

‘We are going to target 60 points. We have had 54 and 53 points in the first two seasons and flirted with a relegation battle. If we can avoid that and get our 60, that’s great considering where we are.

‘Have I found a winning formula yet? No, but I’m trying hard. I’m trying to play a system that gets us on the front foot. There’s teething problems, but I don’t want to just play hoof-it football.’

Jack Midson’s day didn’t start well with him scoring an own goal to give Exeter a lead. Luke Moore drew Wimbledon level before Midson scored the winner in the second half to move the Dons up to 11th in league two.

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