Tommy Wright insists there will be no overreaction from him after Corby Town’s loss at Dorchester Town.
The Steelmen stayed in second place in the Evo-Stik Southern League Premier Division, despite suffering a 2-1 defeat in the south-west with Spencer Weir-Daley’s late goal proving to be only a consolation.
Corby are back in action on Wednesday night when they take on Arlesey Town in the Red Insure Cup at Steel Park before returning to league action on Saturday with a home clash against Bideford.
And boss Wright insists he will field a strong side for Wednesday’s clash as he bids to get his team back on track.
“I am not going to overreact,” Wright said in the wake of the loss at the weekend.
“People have to remember the job these lads have done to put the club in the position we are in.
“I am looking at this result as a blip and we will regroup and make sure we bounce back.
“We want to win every game and winning is a great habit to have.
“So we will be strong on Wednesday because we want to get ourselves back on track quickly.
“We have had setbacks during this season already and we have always seemed to react well to them and we have to do that again this week.”
Greg Mills will be available for the midweek game after serving a one-match ban at the weekend for picking up five yellow cards.