Nigel Adkins has reacted to Tranmere Rovers’ late 2-1 defeat against Milton Keynes Dons, which ended his side’s home winning run.
Kieron Morris had equalised in the first half after Alex Gilbey’s early opener, but Ellis Harrison sealed the points for the visitors in the 97th minute.
“We knew they were going to be a possession-based side,” said Adkins. “Our game plan was to be a compact shape, to be aggressive in the press to then intercept and counter.
“It’s fair to say we weren’t good enough. Even when we got the ball, we kept giving it away.
“We’ll have a hard, long look at ourselves. We’ll see what lessons we can learn from it. That starts with me.”
You can watch the manager’s interview in full below.