We're in it together - Hammy

Last updated : 13 December 2020 By Millersmad

“It was an excellent afternoon’s work. The early goal is a confidence boost. From back to front, everyone performed to their capabilities. We got what we deserved."

“Our performances at home against Brentford and Bournemouth had been very good and we’ve not got the points we’d want in the last three games. But you saw the signs there."


“But I just thought all afternoon we kept a very good Bristol City team very quiet. We just had one save to make in the second half but other than that, from back to front, everyone played to their capabilities. You saw the strength and togetherness of the group and squad and we’ve got what we deserved."

“The gaffer has made no secret that we have been on a bad run. In my opinion, he is the best man for the job. He should not feel pressure because the job he has done over the last four years has been remarkable."

“Everyone is in it together. The lads will take massive confidence from that result. We showed what we are all about and what the lads think about the manager and the staff here.

“The three changes made an impact and the subs that came on made an impact. We felt like we had to freshen it slightly. We felt changes were needed.

“The fact that we kept them to once chance and on another day we could have scored a lot more goals."

“We are not a million miles off. When you’re on a little bad run, everyone has a little opinion. We dominated against a really strong opponent. We take huge confidence and belief from it.”

“I’ve just seen Warney have a little sip of red wine downstairs which is unheard of for him! So obviously he’s not feeling pressure any more.  But he should not feel pressure. It’s easy for me to say as I’m part of his backroom staff. But the job he’s done at this football club over the last four years has been remarkable"

“The turnaround at the football club. Sometimes when you’re in the thick of it you don’t see what is happening here.

“We have assets on the pitch, have sold players in the past, been in League One twice and got promoted straight out of it. Obviously, it’s difficult in the Champioinship. But the fact he’s even had questions about him, I totally disagree."

“People are entitled to their opinions. You are always going to get a small number who want change. That’s the game. We’re well aware of what industry we’re in.

“However, in my opinion he’s the best man for the job, is a great manager and he will have a great successful career as a manager.

“I think he showed today what we’re all about and what the lads think about him and the staff here.”