Steve Davis says Swansea youngster was a pleasure to work with during his time on loan.
Left-back Stephen Kingsley will return to his parent club Swansea City after his 93-day loan expired following last night’s 3-2 win at Colchester. Kingsley came on late on to replace the injured George Ray as Crewe staged a remarkable comeback from 2-0 down to record a seventh straight win in north Essex.
Kingsley, 21, made 12 appearances during his loan spell at Gresty Road and would have learned a great deal from the experience.
Steve Davis praised Kingsley’s contribution during his three month loan. The Crewe Alexandra boss told the club’s official web-site: “Stephen came here and was on fire in the opening three or four games. He has had some excellent games as well and found others really challenging.
“He has had the experience of playing in League One and it would have done him no harm. He will go back to Swansea as a more positive player and a more positive person.
“I am sure he has enjoyed his time here with us and we have been pleased with him. He is a good lad and has a great attitude to the work. He was a pleasure to have here and I am sure he will have benefitted from the experience.”