MANAGER Carl Heeley says he won’t stop working in his bid to bring about a revival in Worcester City’s fortunes.

Last Saturday’s 2-0 defeat at Altrincham was City’s eighth in a row and has dropped them to 14th in Blue Square Bet North.

They battled at Moss Lane, particularly in the first-half, but were unable to stop the rot against the Robins.

Heeley says no stone will be left unturned as they look to lift the players’ spirits for the remaining seven games of the season.

He said: “Over the last couple of months everything has been said, we’ve tried everything. We’ve put arms around people and told them home truths and nothing has worked.

“We have got to keep going until we find out what that trigger is.

“When you’ve got a group of boys that are so deflated with no confidence, it isn’t easy to break.

“It’s got to turn some time and if that’s later in the season then that’s the case.”

The Worcester boss added: “I thought we were the better side in the first-half at Altrincham as we set up to play like an away side.

“Our plan worked perfectly for 55 minutes but then we switched off a little bit when we had an opportunity to clear the ball a couple of times in our box.

“With the firepower they’ve got, if you keep inviting the pressure they are going to stick one away.”