TERRY Brown has told his AFC Wimbledon troops to forget the pretty football and win ugly against Burton Albion on Saturday.
The Dons boss admits trying to play the right way has got them nowhere against Bristol Rovers and Oxford United, where his side fell to successive defeats.
But Brown would be happy for his troops to ditch the nice stuff it it means returning to winning ways at home to the Brewers.
He said: “What we have served up in the last two games has been attractive football but not winning football. To be honest, I would rather we win ugly on Saturday.”
However, Brown also warned his side that they may come across a Burton side full of renewed vigour after this week sacking Paul Psechisolido and replacing him with Gary Rowett.
Brown added: “We've won our last two home games, and this one will be a real six-pointer now. But Burton will have a new manager and will come to our place full of belief.”