Goalkeeper Adam Federici
says the Royals will continue to work hard in the training ground each day as the side look to move forwards under manager Nigel Adkins.
The Australian, whose ankle injury forced him to be replaced by Alex McCarthy against Liverpool, is encouraged by the challenge of adapting to a new style of play.
"These things take time, we are looking forward to challenge of changing the way we play and moving forward as a club," Feds said. "We'll continue to work hard every day and I'm sure we will move forward.
"Every manager has their own philosophy - the manager wants to pass the ball and we're looking forward to adapting to it."
With five games to go, Feds says that whatever happens between now and the end of the season, the Royals will still firmly be looking to move in the right direction.
"We're still looking forward - whatever happens will happen. You want to take all the positives you can into next season," the goalkeeper added.
"It's good to be settled, we know what we're doing. The work's been great, everyone's been enjoying it, we've got structure to team and we're all looking forward to the next game."
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