Colin Daniel was satisfied with a solid performance against Rochdale last night, as the team bounced back from the weekend's defeat at Bristol Rovers.
The versatile performer, who has been operating at left-back recently, was part of a back four that kept a clean sheet in the goal-less draw, which maintained Blackpool's unbeaten league start to the campaign at Bloomfield Road.
"I think we did well, considering Saturday’s performance. I think we bounced back really well because they’re a good, experienced team and we also kept a clean sheet," he said.
"That wasn't like us on Saturday, and we were very disappointed with the performance as whole. As I say, we bounced back really well and we can now look forward to the game at Southend."
Despite settling for the draw, Blackpool had a couple of opportunities to break the deadlock against Rochdale and will need to be more clinical to settle close games in future.
"We’ve got some good players going forward and we’re creating the chances. We just need to put them away, that’s the only thing," Daniel admitted.
The point last night moved The Seasiders on to 18 from 10 games, though it's still early days to be making any predictions.
"We’re just taking it game-by-game because we’re only 10 games in. As long as we keep performing and doing the right things, on and off the pitch, then I think we’ll do alright," the 29-year-old added.