ALLOA manager Barry Ferguson believes he needs to change the mindset of the club as he aims to find a level of consistency.

The Wasps have now lost two out of three league games with the two defeats coming either side of a terrific performance against East Fife.

Asked if there was any positives to take from the performance against Clyde on Saturday, Ferguson paused and then replied: "Not really, if I'm being honest. It's that disappointing.

"It's something that I need to sort quickly because it's been like this at the club for a number of years, losing too many games: having good performances and not winning.

"It's all about winning at the end of the day, I would rather play poorly and win games of football.

"I need to come up with a solution to do that and I will come up with a solution."

The manager and the players were in the dressing room for a while after the final whistle and Ferguson said: "It's a case of some home truths and I'm one where I'm not going to beat around the bush, I'm going to be honest.

"I will get it right and I'll continue to work hard – if that means I'll need to make changes, I'll make changes, because this club needs to get back to winning ways.

"It's got into a kind of mindset and I need to change that."