Josh Casey hopes Woking can banish the blues which came after a 2-0 home defeat to Wealdstone and get back to basics, starting against Oxford City on Saturday (February 2), Surrey Live report.

The 27-year-old skipper was quick to criticise his own performance in what was only Woking’s fourth league defeat of the campaign in 25 matches so far.

The loss, on the same day leaders Torquay United smashed seven goals against Oxford City, meant the gap between them and Woking moving to four points, with the Cards having two games in hand.

Honest and amiable Casey said he would be asking himself questions about his own display but also wants to stress that there is certainly no need to get too despondent.

“Defensively we have been solid and the last two games we haven’t been and we need to look at that as a back four,” he reasoned.

“I need to look at it as a left-back and one of the leaders of the team. Why am I not performing as well as I should be and why are we not doing that as a team?”

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