Harlequins normal supervisor Billy Millard believes short-term teaching continuity will profit the membership.
Millard will oversee the group till the top of the season regardless of curiosity within the vacant head of rugby place.
Paul Gustard left Harlequins earlier this month earlier than becoming a member of Professional14 membership Benetton Treviso as defence coach.
“We have a whole lot of gamers who’ve performed below our system collectively and the more severe factor we might do now’s make quick modifications,” Millard stated.
The previous Cardiff Blues, Connacht, Melbourne Rebels and Australia Sevens coach will work alongside Quins coaches Nick Evans, Adam Jones, Jerry Flannery and Jordan Turner-Corridor over choice and techniques.
“I am actually not stepping into waving my palms round, altering stuff,” Millard stated.
“These guys have labored very laborious below Paul Gustard and it is not the time to be throwing every little thing within the air and shifting issues on.
“If there’s any robust selections to be made, they’re going to come to me. If there’s a focus wanted on sure issues, I will be that for the board and the homeowners.
“We’ll get by the subsequent two video games (in opposition to Wasps and Tub) after which sit down with these 4 coaches and see the place we’re.
“However, the gamers must step up and take extra accountability in sure areas and that is one thing I am happy to say I’ve already seen in latest weeks.”
Quins are seventh within the Premiership with two wins from six video games earlier than Sunday’s journey to Wasps.
Gustard’s departure by mutual consent after two and a half years as head of rugby was adopted six days later by winger Chris Ashton being allowed to hitch Worcester with quick impact.