Derek Adams says there won’t be too many changes to the side that faced Rotherham United on Tuesday night, as he looks forward to his first game back in charge of the team at the weekend.
Adams, who was re-appointed as first-team manager on Thursday morning take on Ipswich Town on Saturday and says he Saturday’s game is all about getting three points.
“There won’t be major changes to the team, but I will look at things definitely, I have only just come back on Thursday and I will assess things very quickly,” he said.
“We have Ipswich Town on Saturday and that is about getting three points, and then have a long trip down to Plymouth Argyle the following Saturday.
“The fans have supported their team all season and they have done it magnificently, they are very vocal, all they want to see is that hard work and enthusiasm, we certainly have that in this squad.”
With 13 Sky Bet League One games left of this campaign, Adams has stated that the side must start winning games as soon as possible to catch those teams above them.
“I think we are in a situation where we are a couple of points adrift at this moment in time from the teams above us, we need to get above them, what we have to do is win games,” he added.
“As it stands we haven’t done that, we have had some performances but we all know that we have to get wins to get us out of the trouble we find ourselves in.
“I always keep an eye on my old teams and see how they are doing, it is important you do that, look at this team, we have got players who can score goals, Cole Stockton has scored a lot of them but there are players in that dressing room that can chip in as well.”