Anderson fired up after vintage display against Van den Bergh: "I'd rather be playing tomorrow and the next day, we're on a roll"
Anderson who averaged 108 in a 8-4 victory over Dimitri van den Bergh with six 180's and a high checkout of 146 spoke after his Peter Wright win about being written off by the bookies and was fired up with a desire to continue playing.
"If I can cause a headache, I'll try my damndest, I've always said it. But last time I played Dimitri (van den Bergh), I should have had him. He got off well in the last game but he wasn't getting that one," said Anderson post match to Sky Sports.
"Still not firing like but it's getting there. I'd rather be playing tomorrow and the next day, we're on a roll. I need to keep myself going over the next few weeks."
"I need these little incentives to keep my going and I think they've found the right button."