Worksop Town midfielder Jack Brownell put in a solid performance on Saturday, despite the Tigers losing out 0-4 to table-toppers Leek Town.
Firstly, Jack shared his thoughts on the performance and his recent game time.
Jack said; “I thought we played well, obviously I believe they were just more clinical than us. We had plenty of chances to score, but unfortunately we didn’t put away our shots and on the day they were better than us.”
Jack continued; “It feels good to be starting and I’m enjoying it. I was working hard in pre-season and I thought I would have been given a chance back then. The likes of; “Pembo” [Max Pemberton], Steve Woolley and “Patts” [Daniel Patterson] have all been playing well. I got my chance in the team after Patterson came off injured in the Wisbech Town game, and I feel that I’ve done well so far, so hopefully that can continue.”
Jack then spoke about his increasing confidence due to his recent playing time and the importance of drawing a line under Saturday’s defeat.
Brownell said; “I’m definitely growing in confidence. As a team, we have had a couple of bad defeats but I believe we are getting stronger and building a togetherness. We can definitely come out of this spell on top and start to win games.”
Jack continued; “Yeah it is important [to forget about the last two games]. I think we are in need of a good result now, in the last couple of games we haven’t played as well as we should have, or could have. A good result against Market Drayton would boost us all and push us on for the remainder of the season.”
Finally, Jack spoke about how different the result could have looked in terms of missed chances and about the game against Market Drayton Town next week.
Jack said; “It could have been a lot different. In the first-half we’ve had chances to score at 0-0 and 0-1, even at 0-2 we could have got ourselves back into the match. Unfortunately, that’s just the way it goes sometimes.”
Jack continued; “We’ve got to go to Market Drayton with a good attitude. I’m sure we will as the lads are sticking together and getting behind KJ [Kyle Jordan]. If we do that, then we will more than likely get a result, we’re listening to Kyle for how he wants to approach things moving forward.”
By Mitchell Radford.