His side secured a 4-1 victory on his dugout debut as Yeovil were sent packing. However, a last-minute equaliser from Crewe on Saturday saw the feelgood factor take a hit.
That was followed by a morale-sapping 2-1 defeat at the hands of lowly Morecambe.
"It's been hectic," Scholes told the Daily Mail. "There's not been much time to think and there's always something to do. It's made time go quicker.
"The group of players we have are very good technically, I know that. When you're on a pitch like we're on instead of wondering where it's going next you're wondering how it's going to bounce and whether you can control it."
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