I think my dog watches Sky Sports because he wasn’t hiding away when I came home after the game.

With five minutes to go it looked like another case of us not getting the result we deserved.

There is always a doubt in our minds when we need to score and then Turks has come up with a great finish.

He has trained with us a lot even before joining and so we knew what we were getting. He has always had an exemplary attitude at training.

He has got right in the mix of the dressing room and if he had been here three months earlier, I don’t think we would be in the position we are in.

We have completely limited Redditch’s chances – their two shots have come after we have scored – and Mike Hedges did very well to deal with both of them.

I had no qualms about playing him as he has been ready for a while. But I felt he grew up on Saturday.

However, I am on the lookout for a keeper in the Totton game this weekend. When Mike saw the fixture list throwing up a free weekend for the Development Squad he arranged something so he is not available.

I thought the team were nice and bright against Redditch; we shifted the ball around well. We just don’t look like putting four or five past anyone at the moment.

Lee Smith has come in and is clearly short of games. But he was always involved and things happen when he is around. He’s a magnet for the ball and he is not scared to pull the trigger.

Scott Claridge is another new signing who did well. He has never played right back before, he just needs some more experience. He could become my Mr Consistent.

Meanwhile, switching the home and away dug-outs backfired on us.

We felt that away teams have had the opportunity to bend the ear of the linesman at that end of the ground and it definitely contributed to Reidy getting a red card in the Evesham game.

So we set up ourselves up in the old away dug-out and then the referee decided to put his linesman down the other end of the pitch!