THEO ROBINSON says Town’s players are desperate to reward manager Lee Clark with more wins.
The eight-goal striker, brought off the bench in a vain bid to salvage something from Saturday’s 2-1 setback at Charlton Athletic, insists confidence in the camp remains high.
“The boss and his management team have put together a great squad and created an excellent team spirit,” said Robinson, who replaced Lee Novak after 76 minutes.
“It was hugely disappointing to lose at Charlton because we more than matched them and had more than enough chances to win the game.
“We know we have to score more goals and make fewer errors defensively, and we’ll continue working hard as a team to do that.
“We’ve shown what we’re about this season by performing well at home, and now we have to get the same type of results away.
“The brand of football the manager likes to play is very enjoyable to be a part of and we will always be a side that goes out to attack.
“We’ll keep on playing our game and in the long run, that approach will pay off.”Related content
Town, who host Leyton Orient on Saturday before heading to Oldham Athletic on Sunday week, have right-back Lee Peltier under treatment for a bang to the hip.
He was replaced by James Berrett after 78 minutes at The Valley.