Dewsbury Rams head coach Lee Greenwood has had his say following Sunday’s defeat to the Widnes Vikings.
The Rams went down 22-8 in what was a disappointing last fixture of the season.
On the loss he said: “Overall it was poor, there were a few players playing their last game for each club. The kick from the try was pretty crucial before half time because there wasn’t a lot between either team.
“It was disappointing but did I expect more than that probably not. They have a big budget and we’ve sort of given them a game.
“There are changes here that need making and I’m big and ugly enough to make them. I’d say at the end of the season it’s been job done. From what I inherited after taking over then staying in this division I would say is a success.
“If I don’t make changes then I’m only doing what the previous head coaches have done and I don’t want to just do that. It means I’ve made more work for myself but I’ve done it for certain reasons. I’ll still make improvements to give the fans and the club and Town a team to be proud of.”