Brady expected to remain in charge of Cobblers
Town due to host Plymouth Argyle at the PTS on Tuesday
Jon Brady is expected to continue in his role as caretaker manager of the Cobblers ahead of tomorrow's home match against play-off hopefuls Plymouth Argyle.
Brady, supported by assistants Marc Richards and Ian Sampson, has taken charge of five games since replacing Keith Curle last month but is yet to register a victory, claiming two draws to go with three defeats.
Town have carried more of an attacking threat under Brady - something borne out by the statistics - but results and goals remain largely elusive and he knows as well as anyone that putting points on the board is the only thing which matters, especially now Cobblers are bottom of League One.
"I've spoken to the chairman and the board and we've had some good conversations." said Brady. "I feel I've got their backing with the way we have played and what we have done against opposition teams.
"There has been improvement in the performances but we know results need to follow and we all understand that. I will continue to do the best I can for as long as I'm asked to do so.
"In all five games, we've been in them and we've been up against some good teams, but we're just paying for our lapses of concentration and individual mistakes.
"Saturday hurt but now we've got to move forward and tomorrow night, against Plymouth, I expect the players to give everything to get a result and demand more of each other, it's as simple as that."