"Rome wasn't built in a day and buildng an identifiable playing philosophy won't happen overnight either.
"We can talk about missed chances or the performance of the Leverington goalkeeper - and the number of saves he pulled off - but I would rather focus on some of the positives from this weekend.
"The way our goalkeeper and back four combined with the midfield was really encouraging.
"We showed lots of patience and maturity in possession and linked well between the units.
"The way that the players have taken on board and tried to implement our play was positive to see and we just need to work a little more on how we can increase the urgency of our play once we reach the final third.
"We have a tricky match against Langtoft this weekend - our last before the Christmas break - and we are still hurting from our poor performance against them at the end of October so are fully motivated to right the wrongs from that game".
The Azzurri host Langtoft United FC this Saturday in the PDFL Premier Division, with a 2pm kick-off. Click here for more details.