Adam Murray is delighted with keeper Sasha Studer’s attitude after a meeting yesterday over his omission from the Stags side last weekend.
With Dimitar Evtimov having returned to Forest, the Swiss stopper mist have fancied he would be between the posts at Burton only to see another loanee, Leicester’s Adam Smith, brought in and picked for the side.
But Murray said Studer had been very positive and just wanted Murray to help him find the form to get him back in.
“I have had a meeting with Sasha today,” said Murray.
“The lad wants to know what he can do better and it’s our job to make him better. He knows what he has got to do and, if he becomes our number one, brilliant.
“He is a very good keeper when he does what he’s good at.
“We have two good keepers here now battling for the shirt.
“You need to have people pushing others to get that extra percent of performance out of them.
“If you perform you get the shirt and it’s something you should be proud to wear. People have to go above and beyond to play for this team.”