Meyler's riled up
David Meyler feels that his Reading side simply need to work harder if they are to turn around a disastrous start to the season.
With three defeats from three games, only goal difference keeps the Royals off the bottom of the Championship table, the next test away to Blackburn tomorrow.
"That's three games we've lost and the manager has every right to be annoyed. I'm annoyed, every player is annoyed. It is not good enough," said Meyler, who moved to Reading from Hull over the summer.
"We are bitterly disappointed, frustrated. I could go through so many different adjectives, but there is no point in moaning and groaning, because we need to work harder.
"That's down to the players. We have not hit the standards the manager wants from us and we have not done enough in games to win them."
New signing John O'Shea is on standby to make his debut for the Royals this week.
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