Dailly's Message

Christian Dailly insists that the players are unanimously behind new boss Glenn Roeder - and that they didn't need a 'high profile' boss.

"I'm not interested in big names personally, I'm just interested in people that want to do well for us," he says.

And he is convinced his thoughts are shared by his colleagues, adding: "I think he will get 100% backing from everybody here and I'm looking forward to it.

"It's exciting for us all because we all know what he is like.

"Everyone at the club thinks he is superb as a coach and that's the message I'd like to pass on.

"He wants to help every player, every individual, but also the team as a unit; he definitely puts it in."

He also feels that the supporters will get behind Glenn when the games come along.

"I think the fans will get behind him and what's important is that he can do well for the team," he says.

Christian admits that sessions with Glenn have hitherto been few and far between, as he tended to concentrate on working with the younger players.

"I hadn't worked with him very closely until the last couple of weeks when everything was really good and very professional," he adds.

"I think he can help everybody; he played me in midfield in the last game so we will see what happens there.

"I'm looking forward to getting back and I think the appointment is a good forward step for the club."