JACOB Jagger Cane wants to prove to Hereford fans what he is about under the new management team.

The 25-year-old played his third game under new interim manager Josh Gowling since his return from a loan spell at Weston-super-Mare.

"It was massively positive, having been there for four years, their style is literally just to play, play, play," said Jagger Cane.

"It was the best place for me to go and they've got the best out of me.

"I don't think I was performing for Hereford at all prior to that. I didn't really feel on it so it was the right thing for me to go away and come back stronger.

"It was similar for a few of the boys Tom (Owen-Evans), Brad (Ash) and Rowan (Liburd).

"It was quite a difficult period but Gowling trusts in us, believes in us and has given us a big boost.

"My aim was to get playing well again and to come back to show everybody what I was about which I'm starting to do."

Jagger Cane thought he had scored an injury time winner in Saturday's 2-2 draw with Darlington, only to see goalkeeper Chris Elliott save his close range header.

"I was gutted, I was planning the celebration in my head to be honest," added Jagger Cane

"I was going to get my top off and swing it around my head, I haven't scored all season. That would have been nice in the last minute at the Meadow End but it wasn't to be.

"We're very disappointed to be honest. Going 2-1 up late on we should be holding onto the lead there.

"We played really well today, excited the fans and it's a shame not to win, we're all really gutted in there.

"It was a game of two halves. When you're playing in the first half we were massively against the wind and playing up the hill.

"It was always going to be a lot tougher. The second half shows at home with the wind and down the hill towards the Meadow End has been really positive recently.

Jagger Cane feels that the Bulls are improving under the new management team.

He added: "We're building week on week and we're trying to play the right way. (Josh) Gowling and (Steve) Burr have instilled a lot of confidence.

"With me coming back they've got me involved and Tom (Owen-Evans) as well we're a lot more positive now.

"The main thing is trusting each other and trusting your own ability is what they've tried to instil in us really.

"We're all good footballers out there and today we've played some nice patterns of play.

"You can see the progress we're making under Gowling and Burr, I think the change of style and there has been a lot of ins and outs so it's going to be difficult but we're going the right way."