FOREST Green Rovers boss Mark Cooper says he'd '100 per cent' play all of Rovers remaining games away from home after they recorded their 11th league win on the road against Crawley Town. 

Christian Doidge scored twice as Rovers came from behind to consolidate their place in the play-offs. 

Their are five games to go in League Two and when asked if he'd play them all away or not, Cooper didn't hide that his preference would be on the road. 

"100 per cent," he said. 

"If we got the play-offs I'd play all the play-off games away and the final." 

The Forest Green boss admitted Rovers weren't at their best but couldn't fault his players for their desire.

"It wasn't a great performance today but we've played better than that and lost but at this stage of the season it's about purely and simply about trying to get as many points as we can. 

"We had to do something to wrestle the initiative from Crawley, we made some changes and changed the shape and we managed to get their in the end. 

"I said to the players I can question their decision making but I can't question their desire." 

Watch his full interview here.