'I can hang my hat on any of the players here to do a job' says Mick
The Blues’ boss may decide to stick with the same team that beat Sheffield Wednesday on Tuesday night for the match at Craven Cottage but admits that one or two of the five changes he made may be feeling the effects of the 90 minutes.
“It’s an option to stick with the same team. The players that came into the side did well,” Mick told the Club website.
“Having not won in a few games, they would have had every right to knock on my door and ask when they were going to get a chance.
“We made changes to freshen it up and provide some energy and we got that but there are one or two who are feeling it a bit now, having not played for a while.
“I can hang my hat on any of the players here to do a job though. Whether they have been a regular on been on the bench, every one of the players here will give me 100 per cent.
“People will say ‘surely that is the least you can ask for’ and it is but sometimes in football, you don’t get that.”
Luke Hyam and Alex Henshall are both still injured but the Town boss is hopeful that David McGoldrick will be back after missing the win over Wednesday.