Reflecting on Warwickshire's defeat to Somerset, Mark Robinson discussed his side's will to be 'aggressive' in search for victory.

“We felt that by winning the game and getting 23 points we would be one point off third,” said the First Team Coach. “We’re trying to look that way all the time, but it hasn’t paid.

“We’ve always tried to be aggressive, look to win games and try to entertain and sometimes you have to take it on the chin when it doesn’t go your way. We knew the dangers here of how a wicket gets better and better against a team with a long batting line-up.

“We were looking for early in roads and we were unlucky this morning. We felt we could have had them four down, but they weathered it and played well as the day went on.”

The Bears now face a quick turnaround with a Vitality Blast trip to Headingley on Friday night.

“We’ve got to lick out wounds,” added Robinson. “There will be a lot of Warwickshire fans and players who are disappointed and they’re hurting. We’ve got a coach journey back tonight and travel up to Leeds tomorrow.

“We’ll be playing in front of a good crowd against a good Yorkshire team and we’ve got to switch and change our mindset pretty quickly.”