Barnsley manager Simon Davey has admitted he should be held accountable if the Reds are relegated from the Championship this season.

Davey said: "At the end of the day I am responsible. I pick the team, I buy the players and I pick the tactics.

"If we go down then it will be my fault. If we stay up and do better than last season then I should get the plaudits. We have to make sure that we stay focussed. No one wanted to be in a relegation battle, but that is something we have to put right."

Davey added: "When we've had a fully-fit and available squad we have done well this season. When we've had three or four players out we've struggled.

"We strengthened in the transfer window and our results picked up, but losing Anderson (De Silva), Andranik (Teymourian) and Stephen Foster has hit us hard. They are big players for us."

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