Paul Lambert has said he has been delighted with the development of the team lately, and he's not going to change his youthful policy as he believes we will become a 'right strong side'.
Speaking to the Official Site ahead of the Manchester City clash, Lambert was clear that whilst he wants us to win at all costs, he is handling a long term project here so he has an eye on the future.
'I think the young lads are all growing into it. That is great for the future. If we keep growing together we'll have a right strong side. It's my way, I'll not deviate from my way. It would always be my decision, yes, I love to win but the project is long term.'
As today saw us loan out another of our youngsters, Lambert said it would do them the world of good as very few players coming through from the Academy would be ready for first team football without a bit of blooding first.
'I think those who have played senior football at a lower level, that will bode well. Daniel Johnson is at Yeovil and Courtney Cameron is at Rotherham. There's one or two out there and it will be an eye opener for them and a great upbringing.'
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