Derek Adams says ‘it was good to be back’ following his return to the Mazuma Stadium for the first time since his departure last summer.
The 46-year-old was re-appointed as Shrimps boss on Thursday morning following Stephen Robinson’s departure, and the Scotsman says the Club has a homely feel to it.
He said: “I had a great day, the supporters from the start of the game were magnificent, it was nice to be back.
“To get a point, I think we can be happy with, I think we were a danger and a lot more resolute after the break, I haven’t had much time to change things but I thought we were a threat on the counter-attack.
“I am delighted with the people that I have come back to, it is football club that is homely, it looks after their own and I am delighted to be back here.”
The Shrimps had to settle for a point in Adams’ homecoming game against Ipswich Town, but Wildig’s header on the 59th minute was a throwback to last season said the gaffer.
He added: “I just thought at half-time these two [Adam Phillips and Aaron Wildig] could help us and they did, defensibly and offensively, it was a well worked goal in the end.
“I am delighted for them, Wildig, during my time has scored a lot of goals and Adam Phillips, like he did last year provided the assist.
“Ipswich are a good side, they had not conceded a goal for a long time and were after a club record I think, they had some really good opportunities in the match, and Trevor Carson made some excellent saves."