Mark Warburton talks about missed chances as the reason of their poor performance.
who has been under a lot of pressure lately says that they will be relegated if they keep missing the chances they create.
“The table doesn’t lie. I can’t sit here and sound like an idiot saying ‘no we’re fine’ – the table tells you where we are.
“We’re responsible for where we are and we’re responsible for getting out of that. Plain and simple. It would be foolish to say otherwise.”
And about their 2-0 defeat against
“Possession, chances – all these stats are irrelevant. There’s only one really important stat and that’s goals.
“In the first half we completely controlled it, looked strong and confident, got balls in the box, and we have to take our chances. It’s as simple as that.
“We were in control in that first half and never felt threatened at all. We moved the ball well and threatened them.
“You can dominate long periods of play but it’s irrelevant if you don’t put the ball in the back of the opposing net.
“We create chances but chances are irrelevant if you don’t convert them.
“Everything we do – every pattern of play, combination and every movement – has to result in something positive. And today again we’ve missed chance after chance.
“At the moment we’re flattering to deceive. We have to be better and we have to be more ruthless.”