Barrow AFC manager Ian Evatt is considering making changes to his line-up as he looks to arrest a losing start to the season in tomorrow's home game against Eastleigh.

Evatt largely kept faith with the same side that were defeated on the opening day of the season at Wrexham for Tuesday night's first home game of the season against Harrogate Town, with Byron Harrison coming in for Scott Quigley the only change.

However, he saw them go down to a 3-0 loss that was the Bluebirds' most disappointing defeat for many a month.

With another tough match against the Spitfires coming up, some players may find Evatt's patience with them has run out, although there was one player the 37-year-old felt emerged from the game with some credit.

Evatt said: "I thought Josh Kay was excellent, especially in the first half. In the second half, he made some bad decisions, such as shooting when he shouldn't.

"That's just because he wants to win and he wants to do things on his own because he's a 21-year-old who needs to learn the game, but I thought he was outstanding.

"Other than that, the rest were very average, I thought. We have to work hard and we have to be hard to beat, first and foremost, so it's back to the drawing board.

"We'll work hard, we'll get it right - we got it right last season and we'll do it again. There are only two games gone and the good thing about this division is there are six games to play in this month and we've got another home game for us to put it right on Saturday."

With Evatt considering reverting to a back three, there is a chance midfielder Jason Taylor could drop back, into defence, something he did to great effect the last time AFC face Eastleigh back in March.

"I put Jason Taylor on the opposition's best header of the ball every week and I know he won't score because Tayls is physical, he's aggressive and he stops his man and the others just aren't doing it at the minute," Evatt said.