STRIKER Andy Williams says that the Town squad need to hold their hands up after a home defeat to Bury last night.
The Official Website caught up with the front-man after the game and he reflected on what was a disappointing night’s work.
“Obviously everyone’s disappointed,” he said. “It’s the same whenever we lose but we haven’t done that for a while so it was hard to remember that but it’s thoroughly disappointing. Yet again a side has come here to The County Ground and had one maybe two shots and we’ve come away losing 1-0.
“It’s frustrating and disappointing but it’s happened before and we have to make sure it doesn’t happen again between now and the last few games of the season.
“We’ll sit down and chat about it on Wednesday. I think there are a few things we need to discuss - we’ve got a few ideas and I think everyone’s got to hold their hands up though. No-one can be excused, we’ve all got to say whether it was your work rate or wanting the ball and keeping the ball.
“I’m not excusing myself I think I’m one of the worst culprits at the moment. I’m having a little dip of form - I think I picked it up a little bit from what it was on Saturday but still not good enough and thoroughly disappointing.”
Ahead of an important trip to Coventry at the weekend, Williams was keen to stress that Town need to forget about the last two results and focus on the task in hand at the Ricoh Arena.
He continued: “I think on Saturday we got a point where had we won tonight it would have been a good point but obviously the fact we’ve lost tonight, Saturday doesn’t quite seem like such a good point now. We’ve just got to forget about all that for the time being and just focus on going to the Ricoh and getting a result at the weekend.”