Cheltenham Town defender Will Boyle has lauded the changes boss Michael Duff has made since joining the club.
The defender spent two months on the sideline with injury but has now returned to the squad to fight for his place back in the side. The 23-year old complimented Duff’s changes.
“I think it’s about improving every aspect of your game. Tactically, he has simplified it for us. In possession, in the back three, we know what patterns we are looking for. Physically, there is a lot more structure to gym sessions and technically there is a lot of work on the training pitch. It’s just trying to improve every day.
“We’ve settled into our way of playing now, but we can change it up like we did in the second half on Saturday. We can mix it up but we’ve generally settled into a back three. That’s gone well for us, in the last few games we’ve had a style but the key is to mix it up and know when to mix it up. We’ve found something that’s working for us, that’s down to the gaffer.”
Cheltenham Town play promotion contenders Bury at home on Tuesday night, and Boyle is expecting a tough task
“Bury are one of the better teams we have played this season. We know it will be a tough task but if we apply our game and what we’re trying to do then we will see what happens from there. “I feel back up to match fitness now so hopefully I can carry on from there.”