GARRY Kimble has warned his players to improve their attitude if they want to be selected in his Great Wakering Rovers side.

Wakering suffered a 3-1 defeat to struggling Soham Town Rangers just seven days after getting the better of Heybridge Swifts, who are viewed by many as contenders for promotion from the Isthmian North this season.

And Kimble admitted he will think long and hard before deciding who will start when Wakering welcome an in-form Tilbury to Burroughs Park this weekend.

“I think the performance against Soham was our worst for a long time and my players didn’t go there with the right attitude,” said Kimble, who took over as manager after Iain O’Connell resigned in the summer.

“I haven’t got the finances to bring in new players, but if some of my players don’t have the right attitude and won’t give me their all then they will have to go.

“To be honest, I don’t want to chop and change the squad because I know that the players I’ve got at the moment aren’t bad.

“I was expecting us to win at Soham, but my players have got to learn if they want to achieve anything this season.

“We have got a hard run of games coming up and it’s important that we don’t get into a rut.

“The players need to give me 100 per cent and take their chances when we create them.

“We are not ruthless in either box at the moment and we are Jekyll and Hyde, I would say.”