Halifax playmaker Anthony Bowman is hoping that head coach Karl Harrison gives him a second chance when his side face Doncaster on Sunday.
Bowman, 21, described his efforts in the defeat to Barrow last weekend as ‘not up to scratch’ but he has promised improvements, both from him personally and the team as a whole.
He said, “It was the first game I had played at half back all season so it’s a bit alien to me at the moment, but I probably wasn’t up to scratch.
“I had a chance, which obviously didn’t work out for us as a team, and I all I can do now is train hard, hope I get picked for Sunday and try to put it right then.”
The former Wigan youth player says 2013 has been the worst year of his career so far, but that there is still time to turn it round.
“For me personally, it’s probably been my worst season ever with injuries and stuff, but there’s no point being downbeat about it.
“As a team there is something not right and we need to fix that sharpish before the play offs.
“The important thing is that we’ve got the potential to do that, and we need to start on Sunday.”