'It's not going to happen overnight but we've got to get things clicking into place'
Cole Skuse had praise for Town’s debutants but reiterated the anger and disappointment as Blues went down at Rotherham.
Jon Nolan and Toto Nsiala played the 90 minutes following their midweek arrival from Shrewsbury while fellow newboy Kayden Jackson was a second-half substitute.
“I thought Totes did what he’s come in to do - a man mountain at the back,” said Cole.
“Nolo is a very good footballer. He looked to get on the ball, looked to create things. I thought he played very well.
“Kayden came on towards the end and you can see what he’s capable of - he looked sharp, very lively and we’ve got to look to play to those attributes as the season goes on.
“We have had a turnover of players and it’s going to take time. I’m sure everyone is aware of that. It’s not going to happen overnight.
“However, we can’t say that forever and a day. The lads have been brilliant as soon as they’ve come in the door but we’ve got to get things clicking into place on the pitch.
“We dominated large parts of the game today but we’re angry and disappointed that we have left with nothing.
“If you’re not going to win the game, then at least see the game out and don’t lose it and deal with the set-piece at the end - which we didn’t.”