Yates aims high after win
Cheltenham manager Mark Yates urged his players to stick together after they beat Barnet 2-0.
Late goals from substitutes Kaid Mohamed and Jimmy Spencer wrapped up the Robins' first win since February while an impressive display from keeper Jack Butland ensured there was no way back for their lowly visitors.
"We have one common aim and if we stick together we will achieve something this season," Yates said. "With five games left we're in a terrific position.
"The fact we were missing important players is testament to this group. We'll go to Rotherham and look for a result but it will be tough.
"This was what we needed. We were solid and professional and I thought the back four were very good."