Huddersfield Town youngster, Lewis O’Brien, has admitted that the squad must set the reset button and move on after they were defeated once more on Sunday.
The academy graduate started Danny Cowley’s first game in charge on Sunday, which would have given him a massive boost going into the future.
The 20-year-old is hoping to be a common feature in the Terriers side that sit deep in the relegation zone following the opening seven games of the season.
Despite losing 2-0, O’Brien is staying optimistic and the 20-year-old is hoping that it can be a new start for everyone involved with the club.
Quoted by Examiner Live, O’Brien said: “I think on the day they were the better team. It’s been hard to get across all the things that the new manager wants us to get across. However, we are slowly implementing them and we put all the effort in we could do.
“I think we all came in today with a new look on it. It’s a new start for us everything that has gone has happened and it’s fresh for us. I think we just wanted to prove to the fans that we do care about it and we do put all the effort in we can.
“I just think if you put the work in you can get the crowd going and they are our 12th man.
“We all felt different coming into this game and you can see the effort was there. As long as they (Cowleys) are here you’ll be able to see the performances and results will come.
“We just have to hit the reset button and move on to West Brom next week.”
For a youngster, he speaks very responsibly and I think that will leave him in good stead for the rest of his future.
He understands the challenge that his side are up against, and that is important as it is a mammoth task for his side to gain that confidence and winning feeling back.
It’s a big first few matches for Cowley as he’ll want to get the first victory as quickly as possible.