Manager On Striker's Form
After finding the back of the net in Blackpool’s last two games, Neil McDonald was full of praise for in-form striker Jack Redshaw.
A return to 4-4-2 has paid dividends for the Pool boss in recent weeks and Redshaw has been instrumental in the success.
“Jack has really contributed to our form, not just through his goals but his overall play,” said McDonald. “I think Jack was a bit unlucky to be out of the team in the first place.
“We’d conceded a fair few goals so tried to change the system to protect ourselves, to make sure that we didn’t concede too many goals.
“We’ve gone with 4-4-2 and picked up some really good results, and we’re winning games which is excellent.”
Redshaw faces competition from Martin Paterson this weekend, with the 28-year-old recovering from a hamstring injury which has kept him sidelined in recent weeks.
“Martin Paterson comes into the fold and back into the squad, which is great, and we’ve got a few selection problems,” he added.