“Thankfully we have the 4G here, so we’re fortunate in that respect that we’ve got some sort of area in which to train,” said Wilson.
With the snow coming down hard recently, the Reds squad took to the artificial pitch for training this morning.
Reds boss Danny Wilson caught up with Barnsley Player ahead of his side’s trip to face MK Dons on Saturday.
“It’s not really too bad. It’s very good in fairness. It’s one of the best around. I would suggest from a technical side of it with the ball, it’s perfect for the lads.”
The Reds are looking for their first win on the road since November 1st when Sam Winnall’s header defeated Sheffield United at Bramall Lane.
“With the result we had last week, we find ourself in an area where, if we’re not careful, we’ll get sucked into that bottom area,” continued Wilson.
“Yes, we’ve got some very tough games away from home but they’re all winnable games. We’ve got to believe and have the right attitude and application to go and get the result.
"They’re (MK Dons) having a good season so far but we have seen results this season against them where teams have gone there and won.”
will be involved.knee)Wilson will wait to see whether Peter Ramage (thigh), Ben Pearson (ankle) and Martin Cranie (
He added, “We’ll wait and see. With a clear week, it has helped but it’s a bit early to say yet.
“We’ve said many times it’s not always about the immediate, one or two of the players we’ve brought in are for the future. It is good to bring people in like Milan and Josh who have played games and their fitness levels are up.
“It’s a nucleus of a new team, that’s what we’ve always said and in that respect it will take time.
“At the same time, football doesn't stand still and you have to hit the ground running, to a certain degree. You don’t have the luxury of patience, you have to get the results as soon as you can and this weekend will be one of those occasions. We need to go to MK and get a result. Whether it’s with some of the untried lads, or lads who haven’t got the experience of one or two others then so be it, they’ll have to learn quickly.”