Last Updated: Thu, 10 Oct 2013 16:02
Stoke assistant manager Mark Bowen insists the Potters won't alter their footballing philosophy despite three defeats in succession.
Defeats at the hands of Arsenal, Norwich and Fulham prior to the international break have left Stoke in 16th place, with only goal difference keeping them out of the relegation places.
However, Bowen insists Stoke won't panic and revert to a similar style employed by previous boss Tony Pulis, as he is confident current manager Mark Hughes can guide the Potters up the league table.
"We believe this is the right way to play football and I don't think our fans would appreciate us changing now," he told The Sentinel.
"Just because the league table doesn't make fantastic reading at the moment, we are not going to change anything.
"We know there will be some wanting us to get up and at 'em and into the box, but I think we are probably creating more chances than last year and are more pleasing on the eye."
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