Nigel Aris has said the team would ‘play again tomorrow’ if they could after their 3-1 defeat to Tranmere Rovers.
Aris came on as a second-half substitute but he couldn’t impact the performance enough to turn around the deficit as his side fell to their first home defeat of the season.
Speaking on the game Aris said; “It was a disappointing result, but I feel like the team will bounce back. We have spoken about the game and acknowledged it was disappointing, but we know we are better”.
Aris spoke of his desire to put right the defeat but understands it is all part of his personal development and the development of the team. He said; “Everyone’s eager if we could play tomorrow, we would.
“We want to get the results and play to our best so we can build momentum and keep winning games and get a streak together”.
Team spirit and hard work is a big part of what the team are trying to build and that is evident in how Aris reflects on the defeat. He said; “As a team obviously we are all down but together we are a strong bunch of lads.
“We will get through this and be working even harder on Monday”.
Many the team will be in U-23 action against Scunthorpe on Tuesday before a return to the Youth Alliance league with a long trip to Carlisle on Friday.