KEITH Curle is certain there is more to come from his Latics after clinching his second win as boss with a convincing 4-1 victory at Crawley.

Conor McAleny scored twice, his first goals in 12 games, while Cameron Borthwick-Jackson and the returning Dylan Bahamboula were also on target.

Curle felt the only negative from his side’s point of view was not gaining a clean sheet and said: ”A convincing 4-0 would have been nice.

“I was disappointed with the goal we conceded, but there is more to come from this group both individually and collectively.

“Our movement on the ball was a lot better but I still think we could have had more goals.”

It was Curle’s eighth game in charge and he says the team have been taking positives out of recent results.

He added: “We are picking up ideas and trying to play to our strengths. We are a forward-thinking team and we want a forward threat.

“We made Crawley look very static at times and there was a lot of solidity about our shape.”