Boreham Wood are Saturday’s opponents at Nethermoor in the Vanarama National League as Adam Lockwood looks for improvement following Tuesday night.
The visitors come into the fixture on a good run of form and sit just outside the play-off places after an impressive start to the season.
The Lions however are on a four match unbeaten run at home but have just lost back to back away games at Dover and Barrow respectively.
Reflecting on the defeat at Barrow on Tuesday night Lockwood said “It’s very difficult, I am stood here a loser at 3-0. It is a very hard place to come and they are a hard team to play against in the way they play.”
“We matched them, kick for kick really, obviously it was a great first goal and goals change games” said the Lions boss who nearly saw his side go in level at half-time but two goals in the final five minutes of the half proved costly.
“I’ve learnt a lot from it and there was a lot of positives, you wouldn’t think it but there was.”
“As a squad we have to learn from it more than anything.”
Ahead of Saturday’s fixture the manager is looking for the club to be positive and take what was learnt from the two away trips into the match.
“Every game is an opportunity for us to improve our situation and it is never going to be easy, I have known that from day one.”
“We have to be learn and try and be positive and move on taking those learning curves into the next game.”
“That’s me, Dave, the backroom staff, the players, the club, that’s the way we have to do it and we have to do it as a whole.”