Bury boss Alan Knill was delighted after seeing his side equal a club record sixth consecutive away win with a 5-0 thrashing of Lincoln.

On-loan Manchester United youngster Nicholas Ajose and Ryan Lowe both scored twice to add to Andy Haworth's opener as the Shakers romped to a comfortable win which keeps Knill's side in the top three.

"It was a great performance, in the first half we were outstanding," said Knill. "Our first goal went under their goalkeeper, but the next two goals we scored could have been in the Premier League."

He added: "We weathered a little bit of a storm after half time, but we got a fourth and fifth and probably could have had a few more.

"We had to work hard to earn the right, though, there was some great defending and it was another clean sheet which is magnificent, it is great for the keeper.

"It breeds confidence to score five against a team that scored three on Saturday. They were all good goals, I can't remember the last time we scored a scruffy goal."

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