Kidderminster Harriers caretaker boss Colin Gordon says he wants to see the National League's bottom side play their way out of trouble.
Following the departure of Gary Whild, Harriers' football development director Gordon was in charge for Tuesday night's 3-2 defeat at Bromley - and he told BBC Hereford & Worcester that he was "very proud" of the performance they put in.
"This football club can't survive playing bish-bash-bosh football," he said. "I'm proud of the way we've learned so quickly. One day's training, one day's coaching. We've worked totally on shape and the understanding they showed was remarkable."