Barnsley boss Danny Wilson was unhappy with his side’s performance in the first half or their 4-1 win over Gillingham.
A fantastic long range strike from Conor Hourihane midway through the first half and a first club goal for Sam Winnall was what separated the two sides going into the break however Wilson says that his side could do better.
Wilson said following the match: “Of course I’m delighted, you can’t not be pleased with four goals at home in front of your own fans and obviously three points. But I’m a funny old so-and-so in one respect because I’m never satisfied.
“I thought in the first half we could’ve done a lot better, we didn’t have that urgency about us that we needed. Although we got ourselves two-nil up, we weren’t firing on all cylinders at that stage.
“At half-time I had a few words with the players because I thought we were playing within ourselves. In the second half I thought there was much more momentum in our game, much more pace, more tempo in our passing and I thought we were well worth the goals we
“I don’t think anybody can complain about the scoreline because we had 90 per cent of the game.
“It’s a game today that we expected to win and that’s no disrespect to Gillingham; we’re at home and the emphasis was on us. The last three games, in particular, have been encouraging and at times today it’s been the same but it’s only something to build on.”
Devante Cole and Dale Jennings both scored for Barnsley, despite a 74th minute goal from Gills man, Danny Kedwell, the points would be going to the home side at Oakwell.