Midfielder talks about his frustration and finding a way to move on from disappointment.
Rovers midfielder Harry Forrester has said that he and his teammates need to take a look at themselves following Saturday’s defeat to Walsall at the weekend.
Speaking in the aftermath of a 3-0 loss at the hands of the Saddlers, 23 year old Forrester said: “We’ve got to look at ourselves and go out there and give a bit more – myself included because we were all short.
“It was over a bit too early I think. We came out and had a bit of a go before they scored again but it doesn’t excuse our performance. We’ve come a long way short so it’s going to be a frustrating week in training but we’ve got to put it right.
“The gaffer knows how eager I am to do well and it sometimes comes out the wrong way and I get myself in to trouble. It won’t happen again and I’ve moved on from it.”
Forrester’s season has been turbulent to say the least and has included as many red cards as goals; two.
“After that, my place isn’t cemented but it’s a chance to get my fitness and sharpness back up and go again. I’ve been bitterly disappointed, it’s my own fault and I apologise because it was my fault. I don’t want any injuries and just want to go again,” he said.
“Scunthorpe’s a nice local derby for us. We’ve got a week to work on it, we’re hoping for some good support because we need to put things right and put things to bed because we need some consistency.”