Town welcome Coventry for third home game
Uwe Rosler says a change in mindset has helped Fleetwood Town’s players adapt to life under their new boss.
The Head Coach arrived at Highbury just a week before the start of the season and has been thrown into the deep end with the Cod Army.
Despite that, results have gone well so far, and Rosler credited his players for how they’ve adjusted.
“When I came here I thought one of the key things I needed to do was to change the mindset of the players,” he said.
“We need to do the right things and believe we can beat anyone in this league at any point.
“To do that we know we need to play at our maximum every game and the players have really taken that on board so far and they are getting their rewards.
“When you are winning games it makes the whole learning process much easier.
“But the decent start has gone now, we have to concentrate on the next game and a very tough challenge against a good side in Coventry.”
Fleetwood welcome Coventry City to Highbury tomorrow for their third league home game of the season with the away side search for their first win of the campaign.
But Rosler feels Tony Mowbray’s side are much more of a threat than their results so far suggest.
He explained: “I watched them against Bradford, who are one of the better teams in this division, and Coventry completely played them off the park in the first 25 minutes.
“In that game they should have been 3-0 up so I know they can cause any team in our division problems.
“They have a very good manager, a very brave manager who plays in a style I really like.
“But we think we can cause them problems, we’ve watched them and worked out how we can cause them problems."