ALLOA manager Jim Goodwin revealed he is not prepared to change his side's attacking approach in their bid to avoid relegation.

The Wasps have lost their last three league games and dropped to 9th after defeat to Falkirk on Saturday.

And despite the need to pick up as many points as possible to have a chance of ensuring their Championship survival, Goodwin was adamant that they would continue to try to play football on the front foot.

The Irishman said: "I've got no concerns with how we are playing in terms of possession. That's the way we play.

"We had a meeting with the boys and I said to them that even although it is at the point in the season where it is all about results, I still want us to play good football.

"I am not going to ask them to play a style of football that is not how we train. We aren't just going to sit with ten men behind the ball.

"That's not how we have done things up until now and we aren't going to start doing that in the next ten games or so.

"We will continue to play the way we are playing and, hopefully, our luck will change and we will stop making the errors that we are making."

Falkirk's 2-1 win saw the Bairns leapfrog Alloa in the table as goals from Jordan McGhee and Mark Waddington put Alloa to the sword.

From Alloa's point of view, both of the visitor's goals were avoidable and Goodwin admitted that in recent weeks he had sounded like a 'broken record' as he once again lamented defensive errors.

He said: "[The second] is a really poor defensive goal. A catalogue of errors. We should put the ball out of play on the far side and then it's two mistimed headers.

"I said to the players that there is no point in dwelling on it. We will work hard in training and watch the video analysis to try and cut out these mistakes.

"At this moment in time we are needing to score three goals a game and that is not realistic.

"The mistakes are just uncharacteristic. Sometimes people make poor decisions at key moments in the game.

"It's just poor defending and it is not like us. In the first half of the season, we were really solid defensively.

"I don't think it is that we are being broken down, we are just gifting teams goals and that's the sore point for me.

"I keep saying to the players that I don't mind losing to the better teams or conceding goals if they are good goals.

"But I think you have got to hold your hands up and look at about six mistakes we have made that have led to goals in the last few games.

"We need to cut that out as a team. If we do that we will give ourselves a good chance of winning games."