Ahead of Tuesday night’s meeting with Bury, Town chief John Still remained unfazed by Saturday’s defeat to AFC Wimbledon.
“I thought in the first half we played very, well,” said Still at his Monday press conference. “All we lacked was that end product. The final pass, the final cross, the final run into the box to receive the ball.
“That side of our game was poor and it’s something we know we need to improve on, but it was the same last year.
“Our pass-touch-move-pass stuff on Saturday was very good. I was disappointed not to win but happy with how we played. All we need to do is improve in terms of turning possession into opportunities and turning opportunities into goals.”
And Still believes that will only be a matter of time.
“I’m not worried about that at this stage of the season,” he said. “The most important part is getting the team playing in the right way. If after seven, eight, nine, 10 games you’re making mistakes and not creating chances then….hmmmm…it becomes more difficult.
“I know we can create chances and I know for sure we won’t concede many goals. We didn’t last season and I don’t expect to this season either.”