Boss tries different approach
Aston Villa boss Paul Lambert has revealed he has tried new training ideas recently in a bid to ensure Premier League survival.
Lambert's side currently sit one place outside of the relegation zone in 17th and hold just a one-point advantage over Reading who are below them. The former Norwich boss admits that things have to change and he feels that the 2-1 victory over West Ham last time out could provide the catalyst. The 43-year-old has recently introduced new drills and methods on the training ground to try and turn the campaign around. The Villains have 12 games remaining to get themselves out of trouble and the Scot hopes he can get his squad firing on all cylinders as they prepare to take on Arsenal at the Emirates on Saturday. "You try anything," said Lambert. "I'm not good enough to think I know everything about the game. "You try everything to get a result, every stone you turn to try and get a result."