Kenny Lunt says the experience that he and manager David Artell encountered when they first came into job back in January 2017 has helped them handle the club’s slow start to this season.
The management team have had a hectic start to the season, not only in regards to fixtures but also issues in regards to the transfer window and the surprising retirements of Shaun MacDonald and Tommie Hoban.
Lunt admits that it is has been the toughest window to date but says that the early months in the job as Artell’s assistant were more difficult in the depths of League Two.
Lunt told the club’s official website: “I think the experience we gained when we first went into the job has helped us. I think that was more difficult with the position we were at the time. I think we were 17th at the time and we had to turn it around.
“We had to improve and build the belief and it took time to turn that around. We had to get them on little runs and build that winning mentality. We had to work hard and show them ways to improve.
He added: “We are working with a relatively new team again but they are improving all the time and we will work hard over these next 10 days and will get there.”