Harry Davis produced composed performance after almost five weeks out
Harry Davis was delighted to return to first-team action against Bradford City on Saturday after missing the previous month with a knee injury. Davis helped Crewe keep a clean-sheet and earn a point against the Bantams and now the centre-half is focussed on retaining his place moving forward.
Davis had been one of Crewe’s most consistent performers before suffering the knee injury against Gillingham last month, but after completing two 90 minutes in the space of a few days after also playing for the Under-21s against Burnley, the defender is showing no signs of discomfort.
Harry told Crewe Alex Player: “It's not nice being out. You don’t feel a part of things. It’s just nice to be back among the lads and I was delighted to play on Saturday. I really enjoyed being out there.
“I was very happy to get the call to play. I just want to be out there doing my job. I was delighted with the clean sheet and it gave the whole team a massive confidence boost. When you are on a bad run the best thing you can do is stop the ball going into your net first and foremost.
Harry added: “We need more clean sheets and hopefully we have set a platform now. We need to be harder to beat.”
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