Steve Evans delivers his regular Sunday round-up.
Q: Having had chance to reflect on Saturday's performance what is your overall assessment?
A: We had enough good chances to win three games in League 1 but as we all know if you do not convert your chances you leave yourself open to an odd goal defeat, as most opponents will make a chance or two over the 90 minutes.
Again we looked off the pace in the first half and it was a scrappy League 1 game. In the second half we dominated and constantly attacked the Burton goal but we fell short where it mattered.
Q: Was losing the game more frustrating when we had many golden chances to win comfortably?
A: This game is always about scoring goals and defending properly in key isolated attack moments from your opponent, and we did neither.
Q: Tyreke Johnson made his debut, making the starting XI. What did you make of his first appearance?
A: The kid had a decent debut. He delivered a few superb crosses in the first period but he lacked quality service in that period.
In the second half we pushed him up top and he created a few problems, he will be fine for us.
Q: Following the game what was your main message to the squad as we approach a busy period of fixtures?
A: We have to continue to train hard and deliver on a matchday what we practice all week, we are failing to do that consistently.
We are now about to play two games a week for a while so we will get little time to train, but in these Covid times it’s what we must do.
Q: Can we expect more additions to the squad?
A: We are working hard to add to the group and it proves difficult as we cannot shop in the market where big wages are required. However, we are looking at a number of options.
Q: Accrington is next up for us. They're in good form; is it an ideal game to have following Saturday's defeat?
A: Accrington are an excellent team and for me are a promotion candidate for sure.
Credit to John Coleman and his staff, over the years they have built for me the best team they have had in his tenure.
Q: What's the plan for the week ahead? We are back at Beechings which must be beneficial?
A: The lads, as normal, will work hard and I have no doubt they will be hurting from yesterday, a game where our second half dominance should have resulted in a win.
We have the two toughest away matches of the season next so we will need to work smart in our preparation.
Today we are down but I can tell you tomorrow we get back on course to fight!