Former Rangers coach Billy Thomson has arrived to oversee the goalies at the club and the appointment has been warmly welcomed.
Combe said: "It's good when someone comes in with new ideas, it's refreshing and it gives you alift. It's good as we can have a chat and he can point out things I've done well or what I could have done better, rather than have one of the young keepers come in and slag me off on a Monday morning after seeing me on TV.
"Billy's been in for a week and a half now and it's been good. We've got five keepers at the club and when I look back my own training did diminish a little because I was looking after the rest of the boys. It certainly wasn't through any fault of my own, I was trying as much as I could but I had too much to do with the coaching.
"I think the gaffer realised I wasn't doing as much work on my own game as I should have been doing because the coaching. So they've brought in Billy for a couple of days a week and it's taken a bit of the work load off myself.