Date: 4th May 2014 at 3:12pm
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Manager Lee Johnson has said he’s already looking ahead to next season following on from our one all draw with Notts County yesterday.

Oldham did take the lead in the game, but County drew level from the penalty spot and we also ended the game with ten men following on from Adam Lockwood being sent from the pitch for two bookable offences, and speaking to the press following the game, Johnson admitted it was another one of those games where we should’ve taken a much larger lead in the game before they got back into it.

‘I wanted a season of progression and, although it wasn’t an outstanding success, I think we achieved that. Next year we will be more experienced as a team and more experienced as a coaching staff after a full season in the job.’

Johnson admits that at points this season, just like the game, there were spells that didn’t go for us but in terms of the wider season there were ‘circumstances’ for that and he remained confident that our form would turn and that results would pick up when injuries cleared.

‘There are lessons to be learned from this season, especially that we need to take responsibility for scoring a second goal when we get ourselves in front.’

In terms of summer changes, Johnson admits that he’s expecting a few to leave and he’s 99% sure’ that Jonathan Grounds will be one of them, but he is already looking at targets who he believes will strengthen us and help us to push the club on far more next season.

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