Jambos boss looking to the future

29 November 2009 01:25
A late 2-1 SPL victory over Kilmarnock was a stark improvement in the Jambos' recent fortunes and afterwards, Laszlo admitted he is keen to look to the future.[LNB]He said: "I've made my plan as I think it's very important for the club to know in which direction we will go.[LNB]"This not a question for me of money - I know the situation from the club and my person is not important, the important is thing is the club.[LNB]"I'll give the board our targets and I hope they accept this; in the transfer window maybe some of our players are very interesting to other people and if this is the case, I have my plan and I know who must be replaced.[LNB]"I have never in my life had a problem with owners or directors or boards. I try to bring success to the club.[LNB]"We must have a very clear position about what's important for the club, for the players and supporters as you must have satisfied people."[LNB]Kilmarnock had dominated attacking play the first half before Eggert Jonsson and Christian Nade netted Hearts' goals in the final quarter.[LNB]Tynecastle goalkeeper Janos Balogh saved an 87th-minute penalty from Kevin Kyle, with the hosts' consolation goal coming a minute later from Craig Bryson.[LNB]Laszlo called the first 45 minutes "complete s***", and continued: "It was important for us to win this game - it showed that we stay together and we have confidence.[LNB]"I care about my players and the club, and today the players definitely gave me something back and I think that relationship is there.[LNB]"You have good and bad times in football games, and in the bad times you can recognise who is your friend and who is your enemy."[LNB]Lee Wallace was withdrawn at the interval after taking a kick to the ankle, and Laszlo said: "He'll have a scan and it could be one or two weeks. His ankle was swollen but we hope it's nothing, maybe a kick against the bone."[LNB]Jim Jefferies was left to rue Kilmarnock's missed opportunities, including one from Frazer Wright just before Hearts opened the scoring at the other end, but praised his side's performance.[LNB]The manager said: "We were so far in front until they scored, but you find out sometimes that the game can kick you in the teeth.[LNB]"We outplayed Hearts totally up to their first shot on target and then they got a reward from that.[LNB]"We should have been at least three in front but then they went from being lucky to be in the game to 1-0, which gives them something to hang on to.[LNB]"I wasn't critical of the players afterwards. I said we've outplayed them, you've passed the ball and you've competed well.[LNB]"You can't put the ball in the net for them - that's something they've got to do themselves and we created opportunities to do so, but we missed our opportunity to put ourselves in the driving seat."[LNB][LNB]

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