MORECAMBE boss Sammy McIlroy has told his side to be more ruthless in the coming weeks as they bid to end the season on a high note.
The Shrimps’ manager has made a number of changes to his side in recent weeks and McIlroy feels two successive draws have hinted at the improved consistency he is looking for.
But McIlroy says he wants more.
He said: “We have been solid in the last two games and it looks like we have turned a corner.
“I said last week that I wanted us to be more consistent and the early signs are promising and we have played some great football in patches in difficult conditions.
“The new lads Kevan Hurst and Andy Holdsworth have settled in really well and will get better as they get more games under their belts as well.”
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