I am proud and honoured to be given this opportunity to be interim manager of Yeovil Town and I feel I have worked hard throughout my career to have been given this chance.
We are all disappointed to be in the position we are in at the moment and I can assure everyone of you that I will be working my hardest to try to turn our fortunes around.
I am not expecting anyone else to do this job for me, I know that the decisions and selections I make will fall on me and only me.
I want a group of players that are going to pull together as a team, I don’t want a team of individuals. This will not make us win every game but will certainly make us better in the long run.
I think that working for Yeovil Town Football Club should be a privilege. It is now up to myself and the players we have here to prove to the fans that they are privileged to be at Huish Park as football can change quickly.
I would love for the players and staff to bring the supporters closer together with the club as I feel for a long time now that the togetherness has not been there. I know the only way we can do that is by winning games.
The club now has to see avoiding relegation as a success and we will be working as hard as possible to turn things around. As long as we focus on that and work together, I am sure we will achieve this. This is going to be a hard task, but I can assure all Yeovil Town fans that I will be showing leadership to try and bring smiles back to Yeovil Town Football Club.