Boss pleased with mini-revival bur says hard work has continued
Steve Davis has told the club’s official web-site that our first back-to-back victories of the season has restored some lost confidence and belief amongst his squad. The Alex boss and his coaching staff had continued to look for a winning formula and Davis admits that we have settled on a side without a recognised centre-forward because he feels that it suits our current personnel.
Crewe have enjoyed back-to-back wins against Preston and Bristol City with the talented Chuks Aneke acting as the fulcrum of the side.
Ahead of this evening’s home game against Stevenage, the Alex boss said: “There is a better feeling around the place. The spirit is very good now because for the last month or so we had been hurting with the results we were getting.
We have made a real positive step forward and we have to keep that going. “The players and staff have all worked hard and thankfully the hard work we have put in has begun to show a bit over the last few weeks.
“We have been tighter at the back and become harder to beat and that has been the base for our successive wins.
We created quite a few again on Saturday. We created double the amount Bristol did so that is pleasing. “We have stopped conceding goals and we have continued to make chances in games.
“The lads were defensively sound for much of the game, although they had a decent spell of possession towards the end.
The boss added: “No-one is getting carried away here. The players know they have a lot of work to do to get where we want to be.”