Bradford City's Tyrell Robinson has spoken out about the importance of not becoming too predictable following the weekends defeat to Plymouth.
The young left-back came on for his fifth appearance for the Bantams at half time with the side 1-0 down. Bradford can consider themselves unfortunate having dominated the possession, having a penalty saved and twice hitting the crossbar.
Following the result at Valley Parade, City have slipped to fourth place in the League One while Plymouth climbed off the foot of the table.
Robinson confessed that they have to find out a way of breaking down teams that put men behind the ball:
"I think it's a learning curve for everyone because if games are coming away like this I think now we have to work on things to stop that from happening because if it keeps on happening, it's a frustrating thing for everyone and everyone's just starting to get a bit annoyed.
"That's one thing we don't want to happen, teams to come here and sit back because it's not good for us but it's just something we have to work on."
Despite the result, Robinson said he was happy to have been involved in the game:
"I was very thankful from the gaffer to put me on at half time because it was a great experience to come on at half time in front of 19-20,000 people it was just a dream come true to be fair."