Aaron Lewis was pleased to get his first Lincoln goal today, but the Welsh defender has explained how he was disappointed not to get a win as the Imps faced Accrington Stanley at the Wham Stadium.
“It was nice to get my first goal for Lincoln, but the most important thing was about the result, we didn’t get that,” said Lewis.
“We have another chance to do better on Saturday now.
"We will look back at the games to take the positives. We will sit down on Monday and work out how we can get a hold of games. We have to do better, conceding four isn’t good enough.”
Aaron continued by speaking about today’s game against Accrington: “We expected it when coming here and we knew what the weather was going to be like before, but at the end of the day both teams played on the same pitch so that’s not an excuse.”
The Wales U21 international finished by talking about his personal game and how he finds life under Michael Appleton.
“I will take my chances when they come, I got an assist in the first game and a goal today so I will keep working hard to prove I can be a part of this team,” said Aaron.
“The gaffer speaks to us all about what we can do better and what’s good, so I will learn from everything he says. Since he has come in he has shown us some good ideas and he likes young players which is good.”