Blackpool's results don’t reflect their performances.

That’s the view of on-loan Middlesbrough man Andy Halliday ahead of Saturday’s clash with Town at Bloomfield Road.

Caretaker boss Barry Ferguson is battling to steer Pool out of trouble after a run of just one win in 19 league games.

That was 1-0 win at home to Millwall last midweek, when Ricardo Fuller found the net.

Saturday’s 3-1 setback at leaders Leicester was a 14th defeat in that miserable 19-game run.

But versatile Halliday, 22, says Pool, who led through on-loan Blackburn frontman David Goodwillie, should pick the positives.

“The performances since I’ve been here have merited more than we’ve got, but it’s only us who can put that right,” said Halliday, who has made 10 appearances for the club and played in midfield at Leicester.

“We have a quality squad, you look at the bench and there are top-class experienced players.

“I’m really enjoying myself, I’ve said that since the moment I came here, and long may that continue.”

Halliday added: “We got the goal at Leicester and it was something to hold on to.

“We had a couple of chances at 1-0, and if they had gone in it might have been a different story.

“It was a game we could have won, but it wasn’t to be.

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“At the end of the day I thought we went there with a game plan, and we did well for an hour and restricted them.

“They started quite quickly and we had to address that because our shape wasn’t what is should have been for the first 10 minutes.

“But we gradually came into it and had more of the ball.

“I think we were very organised and we made it hard for Leicester, but they’re a good team, they’re top of the league for a reason and created quite a few chances.

“We rode our luck for quite a bit, but obviously that came to an end when they got a couple of goals, which is disappointing.”

“We’ve said to ourselves that we need to be harder to beat, and that was evident when we managed to get the win against Millwall.

“We used a different approach against Leicester, and it shows we have a plan B.”

Former Rangers, Blackburn, Birmingham and Scotland midfielder Ferguson, who joined Pool as a player in 2011, stepped up to take the helm when Paul Ince departed in January.

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