Bakes says he would have liked Hylton but that another striker wasn't a priority
Neil Baker has told the club’s official web-site that trying to tempt the former Aldershot striker Danny Hylton to Crewe was not a ‘massive priority’ and it will be will up to us to prove that he made the wrong choice when he face his new club Rotherham on the opening day of the season on 3rd August.
Baker, who is holding the fort whilst manager Steve Davis is away on holiday told the club’s official web-site: “Getting Danny was not a massive priory for us. We liked Danny as a player because he is a handful and different to what we already have, but we are not necessary after another forward after getting Vadaine (Oliver) in.
“We still don’t know what will happen with Max (Clayton). Hopefully he will have a re-think and choose to stay.
Bakes added: “Danny has chosen a different route and chosen to go to Rotherham. We will just have to show that he has chosen the wrong option by having the better season. “