Solihull Moors chairman Darryl Eales says the club ‘will work tirelessly to put things right’ after a disappointing campaign so far.

Moors are currently 18th in the National League, 12 points off the play-offs.

Former manager Mark Yates was brought back in recently until the end of the season, following Jimmy Shan’s departure.

Speaking in his programme notes for this weekend’s game with Aldershot Town, Eales said: “It is hard to explain our run of recent results, especially given the quality of our squad. For sure, injuries have played a part, but I am not in the market for excuses, and we will focus on hard-nosed, objective assessment and assessing the brutal reality.

“We have simply not been good enough this season and we will work tirelessly to put things right. The good news is that foundations at the club continue to be strengthened and we have a united board and shareholder base committed to realising our ambitions for the club.

“The reality is that success is hard won, and on all journeys, there are hiccups and disappointments along the way.”

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