Dean Lewington believes the last few months have started to make up for what he describes as 'a disappointing campaign' at Stadium MK.
MK Dons currently lie 18th in the Sky Bet League One table, which is mostly the result of a poor start to the 2019/20 season – one which saw a managerial change made in early November.
Since then, the Dons, under the guidance of Russell Martin, have enjoyed an upturn in form and have collected a solid 20 points from their 15 matches following the maiden win over Oxford United in mid-December.
“If you'd asked us in August, we'd have been disappointed with being just a few places above the relegation zone but you have to look into the details of what happened over the season,” Lewington said in a recent interview with MK Citizen.
“Since Russ came in, we've had a really good few months with a lot of improvement and we're finding a style that's a lot more like the MK Dons of four or five years ago
“We still have a lot to improve. On the whole though, it has been a disappointing season if we were to finish where we are, but there is a lot to be positive about.”