Morgaro Gomis says that it’s so far so good under Falkirk interim pairing Lee Miller and David McCracken.
The midfielder has featured 17 times for the Bairns this term since joining in the summer. He has brought experience and energy to the engine room in Falkirk.
He is now being managed by Miller and McCracken following the sacking of Ray McKinnon. Having spent a week under interim guidance, he says the squad are really enjoying their reign.
Speaking prior to Miller and McCracken’s first league game as interim Falkirk duo, Gomis said: “It’s never nice when a manager loses a job so there was a reaction from the players.
“The boys have to work harder to get three points week in, week out. We let the old manager down and we can’t afford to do it again.
“The training’s been really good since Lee and David came in, the boys are really happy. They work well together. David is more focused on shape and the defence whilst Lee is more in the final third with the attackers.
“Stranraer are a really defensive team but if we play the way we want to play I think we’ll win the game. The main thing is for us to focus and work hard during the week to get the three points on the Saturday.”