Cobblers boss Keith Curle has challenged his players to be more consistent in their decision making as he looked back on Saturday’s 1-1 draw away at Yeovil.
“It was a great strike from Yoann Arquin but there are things we could have done better in the build-up,” he said.
“We need to be more consistent with our decision making when we are in possession and our understanding of roles and responsibilities needs to be better.
“It was a fantastic finish from Andy Williams and that shows what we are capable of when we are in possession, we just need to be more consistent but that’s why these players are in League 2.
“As I’ve said before I am working with somebody else’s pieces of a jigsaw, there is a team ethic and work ethic within the group but there is still room for improvement.
“January is a very difficult window for a manager and I don’t think there will be wholesale changes. I don’t make knee jerk reactions but we will certainly look at it if the right players are available.”