I know the article's headline is provocative.
This is where he doesn't help himself.
I know he caveats this phrase with the bit about not wanting to but it is open to the negative interpretations.
We've only won 4 of the 9 games we've gone behind (1 in 6 in the league) and of the 3 cup games we needed extra time to beat Barnsley and pens to beat Norwich.
So while it's obviously true that it doesn't matter as long as we win and that he obviously would rather not go behind; when you add in his hyper positivity some people will get annoyed.
It'd be much better for his own sake if he used the caveat of something along the lines of we're working to ensure we can take control of as many games as possible.
We've won both of the (2) games that we've scored first in, pretty comfortably. I'm sure everyone, acknowledging that it's spoon feeding, would be happier if he mentioned that we're looking into how we can start games better.
The going behind in games is caught up in the general frustration of how dull we often are.
We see a response when we're losing, certainly when it's getting more desperate, so people wonder why we can't play like that earlier and apart from winning more games, maybe make it more exciting too.
Of course it's a positive that we can recover from losing positions, last year we only got 4 points from conceding the first goal in the league which was awful, so there's nothing wrong with highlighting this as it should increase confidence.
But it is very hard to keep doing. Therefore we have to get better at starting games positively and taking the lead.