Burgess Hill Town’s new head coach Simon Wormull is delighted to the way his players have adapted to his new formation.
The former Crawley Town man has brought in a 4-3-3 formation - a style he believes he has the players to fit into.
He said: “The first thing I did was change the formation because I have always played and coached a 4-3-3.
“Although we have another formation we can play, that’s our primary formation.
“For myself I think the players have reacted brilliantly to it, and I think we have a squad of players that suits it.”
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Wormull also hinted there would not be huge changes to the playing or coaching staff at the Green Elephants Stadium.
He said: “We are looking to strengthen but to that we will have to look at where we need to cut as well.
“That’s the nature of football. We are in this position because we haven’t got results. We need to find the little ingredients that are going to help us get those results.”
And there certainly will not be a whole new coaching staff because that’s what Wormull loves, and that is why he has been given the ‘head coach’ title rather than manager.
He said: “I love coaching and like I told the chairman, I don’t want to be the manager and not have the coaching responsibilities.
“That’s what I love to do. That’s why the chairman has gone with the head coach title.
“Myself and John [Rattle] will look after all the things a manager will do.
“There will be people coming in to help. I spoke to someone on Saturday who will do some scouting for us as that is really important.
“Any ways we can nick those 1 per cents to help us, that’s what we will try and do.”