Lasse Sorensen is pleased with the progress the Imps have made a little over a week since Michael Skubala's arrival.
The Dane thinks the squad is learning from the new head coach and hopes that the work they’ve done on the training pitch can be put into affect against Leyton Orient on Tuesday night.
Sorensen said: “He’s got his principles he wants to get into the team. Obviously that's not going be overnight, but we are trying to learn from him and over time we will get better at it.”
Sorensen believes there are encouraging aspects to be drawn from City’s first-half display against Stevenage last Saturday, particularly in how Skubala's team managed possession.
The right wing-back is optimistic about the side’s upwards progression with a new style of play.
He added: “I think we're good players that can all control the ball, which I think we’ve shown on numerous occasions, including the first half on Saturday.
“We didn’t get many clear cut chances, but we certainly had a lot of good movement and patterns of play and I know we will keep getting better and then we can show that on the pitch.”