Uwe Rosler: 'More to come from Wigan Athletic'

Wigan manager Uwe Rosler celebrates with the fans after the FA Cup Fifth Round match between Cardiff City and Wigan Athletic at Cardiff City Stadium on February 15, 2014
© Getty Images
Uwe Rosler claims that there is more to come from Wigan, despite winning their last eight games in a row.

Wigan Athletic manager Uwe Rosler has claimed that there is more to come from his side, despite winning eight successive matches in all competitions.

The run has propelled the Latics into the Championship playoff places and the semi-finals of the FA Cup.

Rosler has admitted that Wigan's schedule has left him with little time to work with the team on the training ground.

"That's life in the Championship and we have to respect that and accept that," Clubcall.com quotes the 45-year-old as saying.

"There is much more to come and the longer I am here, the more time we have with each other. I'm very much looking forward to pre-season where we can do some groundwork.

"We can lift on from the basic foundations. There is a lot of quality there but we can dig more out of it."

Rosler was appointed Wigan boss in December.

Jack Collison of West Ham reacts during the Capital One Cup third round match between West Ham United and Cardiff City at the Boleyn Ground on September 24, 2013
Read Next:
Wigan interested in Collison loan?
You May Like
Recomended from Sports Mole