Rams coach wants vast improvement from his side
COACH John Bennett is looking for an improved performance tomorrow as his side travel to Wolverhampton Wanderers.
And Bennett has promised to make changes to the side following their 4-2 defeat by Sporting Club Albion last weekend.
It was a disappointing afternoon for Bennett with Derby conceding three first-half goals inside just 14 minutes as his team lost ground on their rivals in their own bid to stay in Premier League North.
The result proved difficult to take for both the players and the coach, who felt that they had fallen short of their regular standards despite believing they were the better side going into the match.
Bennett said: "Errors and mistakes cost us the game.
"I thought we were the better team before the match and that we were suitably prepared tactically. Unfortunately, individual errors were the difference. They took their chances and we didn't.
"Changes will be made for tomorrow's game."
The Rams have six games remaining this season and the Wolves match may prove crucial in their run-in.
Bennett is hoping that his players will return a better performance this weekend and remains confident of avoiding relegation.
"We picked up a few knocks but should have a full squad We are all confident of staying up and know that we have the talent to be higher in the table than we currently are."