Port Vale joint caretaker managers Chris Morgan says that David Kelly and himself want to stay at the club despite a poor home defeat to Accrington on Tuesday.
Morgan was asked if he wanted to remain at the club by the media and commented: “Of course we do. We were a big part of the recruitment in the summer. We looked long and hard at the players we brought in. We genuinely believe that we have a good group, but something has to turn.
We have tried to get a little bit of a reaction. We thought we had got that, but it will be judged on one point out of six…
“People say we need a bit of luck, but it can’t always be down to luck, it has to be down to us. So, whether it is me and Ned [Kelly], or somebody that comes in, that group of players will not change. It will not change until January. It is them at the end of the day that are going to get results.
“We have tried to get a little bit of a reaction. We thought we had got that, but it will be judged on one point out of six.
“We thought we deserved something from the game. We thought we started the first half in particular really well, we came out and put Accrington under a lot of pressure and got the goal, but then we end up conceding. The first half flutters to an end and we just didn’t seem to get started in the second half.
“It was like we didn’t really want half time to come. That was something we have to be better at because that could have been a slight criticism at Yeovil as well.”