Boss determined to get first half of the season out of the system
Crewe boss Steve Davis believes that his side are more than capable of getting themselves out of the relegation zone after he has seen a dramatic improvement since we lost narrowly to Port Vale back in November.
The Railwaymen have gone on to win three games and draw a further two games over the festive and New Year period to give ourselves a fighting chance of escaping the drop into League Two.
Crewe now have two home games in succession, albeit against two tough opponents Leyton Orient and MK Dons, to try and move out of the bottom four. Davis is just pleased that his players have responded and that performances have improved considerably over the last couple of months.
Steve told the club’s official web-site: “I don't think we will replicate the first half of this season that was a real disappointment. We lost too many games, too easily.
“There might be the odd blip but the group is stronger, more united, we are playing well. We have good options off the bench. We have game changing-players now.
“There's a different feeling now, the players are upbeat and confident. They understand the situation and all willing to roll their sleeves up.
He added: “It's coming together and hopefully it is not going to be too late. I said at the start of the season we'd progressively get better and that looks the case, there's a lot more hope.”