Paul Lambert not sure about Plans for the Club
Paul Lambert does not have the idea at this point of time whether the plans that he has for the progression of the club would get a go-ahead from the hierarchy.
The boss reckons the picture would be clear once he gets a reply on the blueprint that he has sent to the board.
According to Lambert, what he has figured out in his 3-month Blackburn stint is that everyone is willing for the club to progress and not just stand at the same point and it would be brilliant if the owners have the same opinion too and they give him a free hand for the execution of the plans.
Lambert, since the time of his appointment, has maintained that transfer business in the coming summer would be absolutely pivotal and it’s probably in that regard that he wants a bit of freedom from the owners.
However, the 46-year old says there is no restlessness among any of his players about his blueprint or his proposed plans and nobody from the squad has come to him enquiring about that and even if they had, he would ask them to just wait for the instructions to come from the upper section.
On being asked of the mood of the players, Lambert said, “Look, there have been no enquiries from their side to be very honest, but, even if it had been the case, my answer would be the same as it is right now. Just wait and see what happens. I am sure, in a short while, we would be a lot clear on how we have to approach the future.”
Lambert also refused to lambast the team for the recent derby loss and instead praised them for their strength of character in spite of having one player short following the dismissal of Duffy.