NEWPORT County AFC manager Michael Flynn is still hoping his side can make a late push for the League Two play-offs.

After last week’s home clash with Oldham Athletic was postponed, County are now nine points behind sixth-placed Forest Green Rovers with two games in hand.

And, with 27 points still up for grabs, Flynn is not ruling anything out.

“We need to put a run of wins together,” said the Exiles boss ahead of tomorrow’s trip to relegation-threatened Yeovil Town.

“I want to keep going to the very last game of the season and you never know.

“I am hoping we can find some momentum. Let’s have a look after this weekend.

“Hopefully we get a win on the road. We’ll go there and try to get three points.

“We have still got a lot to play for if we can get a couple of wins and they are fighting for their lives.

“It will be a tough game. They have a new manager. We’ll see.”

Flynn will be able to call on goalkeeper Joe Day, who was named in the League Two team of the year this week, and winger Keanu Marsh-Brown, who helped Guyana qualify for the Gold Cup last weekend, but not Tyler Forbes, who has joined Salford City on loan.

“Joe is a fantastic professional,” said the manager.

“I’ve said for a number of years he’s the best goal keeper in the league so it goes to show I know what I’m on about.

“With Keanu, it’s down to him to put the work in and to show that he wants to take his career further.

“He’s got a good opportunity qualifying for the Gold Cup and I’m hoping he comes back with a new lease of life.

“Tyler had a chance to move back closer to home,” added Flynn.

“When he played, he did well but he has been unfortunate with injuries. Then Regan [Poole] came in and he has done exceptionally well.

“I felt it was right for the player. He had a chance to get something for next season and be part of a squad going for promotion.”