Forward scored in the defeat at the City Ground but says plenty of hard work ahead for him and his teammates.
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Wigan Athletic forward Josh Windass says Latics have to work harder to find a way to improve their away form and position in the Sky Bet Championship table.
Reflecting post-match after he scored his third goal of the season in Saturday’s 3-1 defeat at Nottingham Forest, Windass said:
“We’re not feeling great; it is never good losing games and our away form is pretty bad at the moment.
“We all know the away form is not good enough and we are doing everything we can in training to try and get things sorted and I hope we can improve soon.
“We are in a position in the league that we feel we shouldn’t be in so we need to keep working hard to try and get out of it.”
Windass struck to get Latics a leveller in the first-half, beating Costel Pantilimon with a powerful strike from range.
However, on an afternoon in which he linked up well on a number of occasions with Michael Jacobs, the forward said he felt disappointed his goal counted for little.
“At the time it felt good to get the equaliser but it means nothing when you come in having lost 3-1,” he explained.
“Crackers is a really good player,” he added of his teammate. “He has worked his socks off since he has been injured - he does every day - like a lot of the boys.”
And Windass finished by thanking over 1,300 Latics supporters who came out and backed their side at the City Ground.
“The fans came in good numbers today with a brilliant turnout and they supported us all of the way until the 90th minute, we thank them for that,” he finished.