Glamorgan: Ben Wright hoping to build momentum after T20 win
Ben Wright hopes Friends Life Twenty20 victory over Worcestershire will have given Glamorgan confidence ahead of their final two group games.
Glamorgan revived their hopes of reaching the quarter-finals with a five-wicket win at the Swalec Stadium after three successive defeats.
"Hopefully it gets the momentum going into the last two [games]," batsman Wright said.
Glamorgan's final two group games are at home in Cardiff.
"We obviously need to win our two remaining ones and [the win over Worcestershire] was the starting of getting back on the wagon and winning games," Wright added.
"We're just going to take one game at a time."
Midlands, Wales & West Group leaders Northamptonshire are the visitors to the Swalec Stadium on Friday, before Gloucestershire visit Cardiff next Tuesday.
Glamorgan remain in contention for a place in the quarter-finals after recording their fifth victory in this season's competition.
Murray Goodwin and Jim Allenby both struck half-centuries as Glamorgan secured victory with five balls remaining.
Wright, who hit an unbeaten 22, got Glamorgan's winning runs but the middle-order batsman's opportunities have been limited this season.
And the 25-year-old was determined to make the most of his chance as Glamorgan completed a FLt20 double over Worcestershire.
"I think it makes you a bit more hungry when you get that opportunity," Wright said.
"I didn't feel at any point that I was going to give that up for anyone.
"I've been waiting a while to get a decent knock in it [FLt20]
"We're doing well at the top order so I'm happy that we are winning."