Cameron Redpath spoke to the media this afternoon ahead of the Round 6 Gallagher Premiership clash with Wasps at the Rec on Friday evening.
On building momentum
"It is definitely there. We are in a re-building stage with our attack especially. We have been a team that are forward dominated and that allows a lot of tanks and try's. We are in that stage where we are building our attack and it does take time. Hopefully, it will click together soon, hopefully, this week. But if it's not this week it's not the be-all and end-all, we will try our hardest to get that clicking and to score try's because realistically that is what everyone wants. Especially with the backs here at the Club, we all want to score try's. It's a fun thing to do and we want to enjoy playing rugby."
On Leicester Tigers on Sunday
"I think at the moment we are shooting ourselves in the foot a lot. We aren't taking our chances and the discipline in the first half killed us off. It has been the story of our season really. In the first game we ran into touch too many times and gave the ball away too much, this time it was penalties and again giving the ball away too many times.
"We seem to give the ball away one phase away before managing to breakthrough. It is little things that we are struggling with at the moment. Our line-out wasn't as good as it normally is. It is frustrating and we are early on in the season but I am sure it will come together."
On reading the game against Leicester
"It is also from repetitive errors and penalties which if we aren't going to get it once or twice in the game then you probably aren't going to get it at all. We did change it in the second half and our penalty count was much better. The main things for us this week is getting our heads down, working hard, and improving on our discipline and errors which are killing us at the minute. We have no excuses, we were not good enough on Sunday."