Rosler's aiming for consistency
Uwe Rosler has spoken about his desire to create a ‘top six mentality’ ahead of Tuesday night’s trip to Chesterfield.
Rosler’s side are seeking back-to-back wins for the first time since the end of August when they travel to the Proact Stadium to face Danny Wilson’s side in Sky Bet League One.
“I think for us it is important for us to get in some sort of stability,” said Rosler.
“Our problem is that we struggle at the moment to keep our focus and concentration and I think we have to work most on. With our squad and team it’s not about ability, it’s not about the commitment and desire, it’s about avoiding silly mistakes and being focused and mentally strong when we are asked to prepare for a game.”
“Hopefully step-by-step we will create a top six mentality.”
The Cod Army Head Coach strung a surprise with his team selection against Peterborough, with 21 year-old Jack Sowerby starting and subsequently scoring after three minutes. Rosler is pleased with the attitude the midfielder has shown.
“Jack played himself in last week and I think that is the message to our squad and our Development Squad too. If you are playing well in a Development game and training well with the first team, you have a chance to start games. He used the chance with both hands.
“The fact is I’m very happy to have such a committed player in our club like Jack,” Rosler added.
“That’s what impressed me most because these days a lot of young players – when things don’t go there way – give up. Jack was knocking on the door for some time and when the chanced arrived he used it with both hands.
“I’m very happy for him and I’m sure that he won’t let that chance pass by without a fight.”