Reds boss Lyttle relieved to get back to winning ways again

Picture - Kevin Scott / Presseye 

Cliftonville's Gerard Lyttle in action during the game at Solitude in North Belfast on 17th September 2016 ( Photo by Kevin Scott / Presseye )
Picture - Kevin Scott / Presseye Cliftonville's Gerard Lyttle in action during the game at Solitude in North Belfast on 17th September 2016 ( Photo by Kevin Scott / Presseye )

Gerard Lyttle is hoping Saturday’s win over Coleraine will finally kick start Cliftonville’s season.

“The main objective before the game was to get the three points,” he said.

“I would take a 1-0 win in every game from now until the end of the season!

“We have to build on this now. We were looking to build on the Ballinamallard game, but we had the break when the Linfield game was called off and it probably did us no favour.

“We haven’t really been able to get any sort of momentum as yet. Hopefully when can get that going.

“Other managers have said in the past about the performance not been great in their games, but they got the three points.

“When you’re winning games when you don’t play as well as you can play then that’s a sign of good things.”

Lyttle is also hoping goal scorer Hughes can kick on now too.

“Fair play to him, he has come up trumps today, I thought he was magnificent,” he said.

“You know every game you pick Daniel you’re going to get a hard working, honest shift from him.

“Hopefully this will do him the world of good now and he will get a wee bit of consistency in his game now.”