Joe Walsh feels performances have improved on the pitch, but knows it’s time to start backing them up with points.
MK Dons fell to a late defeat last Saturday as Daryl Murphy secured all three points for Bolton Wanderers with his stoppage-time winner.
Walsh couldn’t hide his disappointment following the full-time whistle and says everyone is ‘gutted’ they were unable to take a result away from The University of Bolton Stadium.
“The performance was so much better than it has been,” Walsh told the local media following the full0time whistle. “We had more energy, we played much more football, and that’s something we know we can do - we played so well, but got killed with the 92nd-minute goal.
“We're looking much better – everyone is looking forward to the next game.
“Russ has lifted all the boys, he knows all of us and how we work, he just wants more from us for the rest of the season. We will all put in 100% for him, we’ll listen to what he says and take everything on board to pick up results.
“There is no point getting down about it, but we have to go again in training, and start picking up results like we know we can.”
MK Dons are back in action this Saturday afternoon when they take on Rotherham United at Stadium MK.
The match has been designated as the Club’s annual Armed Forces Day, and armed forces members, scout groups and veterans are entitled to up to one FREE ticket and one FREE guest ticket, with additional tickets available at a discounted rate. What’s more, there will be a military-themed Fanzone in our Marshall Arena from 12.30pm.
General sale tickets are priced at £22 adults, £17 seniors and £7 under-18s while under-12s go FREE with an accompanying adult. Supporters can upgrade to premium seats in the East Centre for a £5 premium while an upgrade to clubRed is just £10 more.
To book tickets click HERE, visit the Box Office at Stadium MK or call 0333 200 5343.