CALUM WOODS held his hands up and said: “We all know that was a poor performance.”
The defender (right) says Town, now fourth in League I, are desperate to make a positive response when they head to second-placed Sheffield Wednesday for Saturday’s big Yorkshire derby.
It’s all-ticket for visiting supporters (4,202 were present when Town won 2-0 at Hillsborough last season) and summer signing Woods added: “We will work hard in training on putting things right and we will be ready to move on.”
The former Dunfermline player, who started at left-back but switched to the right after Jack Hunt was forced off injured, said his display was the poorest of his 16 for the club so far.
“I didn’t play the way I can, and losing the way we did is frustrating and disappointing. It was the poorest performance during my time at the club and we have to pick ourselves up.
“Sheffield Wednesday is a huge game for us, we must get the Bournemouth match out of our heads and make sure that kind of thing doesn’t happen again.”
Leading Belgian club Brugge KV, who are in the same Europa League group as Birmingham, were among those represented at the Galpharm on Saturday.
Johan Cornelis was alongside scouts from Premier League trio Manchester United, Sunderland and Tottenham as well as Scottish giants Celtic and regular visitors Watford.
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