Steve has faith in his players to come through tricky start to the new season
Steve Davis admits that some of his younger players are finding it difficult to make the step up into League One, but he has faith in them to help turn things around. The Railwaymen are now in the midst of a ten day break ahead of our next League One encounter against our near neighbours Port Vale and Davis feels it will be a time to recharge.
Steve told the club’s official web-site: “Some of the younger lads are finding it hard to make that step up to this level and the standard we expect.
“They are finding it difficult at the moment and are going through it a bit, but they have to stand up and come through it. They have to continue to bold and brave and get on the ball.
“Their confidence is bound to have been knocked but I have faith in them they will come through it.
“I am hoping that if I can get some new faces in that will have a knock on effect to the others in the squad. I think it would give them all a lift and help them with their performances.
The boss added: “We do have some senior players here who have played a lot of games and have that experience, but when things are not going so well they tend to concentrate on their own game, and their own performance and because they are so engrossed in getting their own game right they cannot help the younger ones as much as normal. “