Steve Davis says team are getting rewards for hard work
Steve Davis is hopeful that a return of four points from a possible six is the start of a much better period for Crewe Alexandra. On the back of a first league win of the season against Port Vale on Saturday, the Alex secured another hard fought point away at Yeovil last night. Winger Billy Waters was on target for the Railwaymen with his third goal of the season.
Crewe face another difficult away game at the home of the MK Dons this weekend, but Davis says that if his team can work as they have done then they could surprise a few at stadium:mk.
Following the draw at Huish Park, Steve told Crewealex.net: "Everyone worked terrifically hard and I thought we were well worth a point. I don't think anyone can take that away from us.
"It was always going to be a tough trip here after the derby game and we did not know how much that had taken out of them.
“Hopefully these last two results will be the start of something. It will give the players more confidence after a difficult start. I think we have been handed a difficult start to the season, playing sides that have been promoted or relegated from the Championship. It’s not been easy.
“If we take a couple of performances out from the start of the season, I think we have been okay at times in most games and very much in the games. We just needed a bit of luck to go our way a bit and the ball bounced in our favour a bit against the Vale and hopefully that will prove to be a turning point.
The manager added: “We have faced a long journey to Yeovil in mid-week and now have to travel to the MK Dons this weekend. We will have to assess how they are and prepare to go again.”