"There was no rage. I quietly and calmly told the players where I wanted to
take this football club and they must have the picture now.
"I left it alone after the Arsenal game to see if I would get a response but
the Liverpool game went along in a similar vein to what went on at Highbury.
"We have played better teams in this division and either beaten them or
given them a good game, but now we have a lot to sort out.
"We all talked about where the club has got to go. I told them that if they
were with us then smashing, if not then to tell me.
"The training has got to get harder, the training has got to be more intense
because obviously it needs to be.
"The fact that we did not make a game of it annoys me and it annoys the
fans. I can understand that. We are all in the same boat, but now I have a clear picture
of what I want to do in the future.