Wednesday manager Darren Moore has said everything is in the players’ hands in terms of turning our run of results around and playing for futures.
When specifically asked on the futures of players, his message was clear in terms of everyone starting from a clean slate.
The important thing from Moore’s perspective is seeing a rise in performance levels and the players adapting and adjusting to a new dynamic.
Keen to look forward and deal with the matters at hand, the Wednesday boss reiterated his desire to focus on the future.
“What has gone, has gone. We are here, we know our situation and I like to deal with facts,” he said on Friday morning.
“We’ll get a good working environment going here and that will give us a good platform to see where the players are at.
“It’s in their hands, how they adapt, how they adjust, the performances, the training, it’s in their hands and I’m really looking forward to working with them. I can’t stress that enough, that’s where I’m happiest, getting to work with the players on the grass.
“There is a new dynamic coming in here in terms of how I work.
“I have got to find the strengths of the players and fit them into a system that they are comfortable with.
“I am working extremely hard and so are the players. They will dictate everything in the next few weeks and then maybe we can start looking at things moving on.
“It has been a real busy week and things need to settle down and we need to get a little bit of consistency.”
Looking ahead to our trip to Reading, Moore said it’s a game that excites him as the manager looks to build on aspects of the midweek defeat to Rotherham.
“What we need are highly committed performances and working to our maximum potential every single day,” he added. “With this league, the pendulum can swing very, very quickly.
The next week or the week after, you can be talking about the situation very differently.
“Reading are a good team and playing some great football.
“They have got some exciting, attack-minded players. We know it is going to be difficult and different from the other night.
“It's an exciting game for us in terms of what is in store. The squad and group of players are going to be detailed in terms of the work off the ball and that we make sure we use the ball very well.”