Steve pleased with hard fought performance at Boundary Park
Steve Davis is hoping that that Saturday’s hard fought point at Oldham can provide the catalyst for a mini-run to propel us up the League One table. The Alex boss knew that that the start of the season would be a tough ask against the likes of Rotherham, Leyton Orient, Peterborough, Walsall, Swindon and MK Dons, but he has not used that as an excuse for the club’s indifferent start.
Steve told the club’s official web-site: “The players are feeling better within themselves because they worked hard on Saturday, put a real shift in and got a point. It has given them a little more confidence that they had and given us a lift.
“We freshened the team up and changed the team. I decided to do that on Thursday and we swapped players around until we found the blend we thought we get us a result.
“Everyone is frustrated because we want to be doing better than we are. We want to be turning those draws into wins and those losses into draws or wins. Any manager will tell you that it is about performances and getting those results. We are all determined to turn things around and they are all working hard to do that.”