Having made the step himself, Guthrie feels Udoh will adust to life as a professional footballer.
Having successfully made the step up from non-league into the professional game, Jon Guthrie believes that the club’s new signing Daniel Udoh will only benefit from the individual attention he will receive now he is a pro at Crewe Alexandra.
senior appearance for the club. His form this season could well see him in the running for the club’s Player-of-the-Year award when voting commences on Easter Monday. thGuthrie has improved his all-round game considerably since signing from local Wiltshire side Pewsey Vale four years ago and he is closing in on making his 100
Jon told the club’s official web-site: “I’m sure Daniel will be looking forward to the challenge. It is a great opportunity for him and he couldn’t have come to a better club in terms of his development.
“He has to work hard every day in training and listen to the advice that the coaches give him. He will learn a lot and it is about applying what you learn.
“It took me a little time to adjust and then break into the team but you only do that by the work you put in.
“He probably won’t be used to the intensity of the training and the demands it will have on the body but I’m sure he will settle in and adjust quickly.
Jon added: “He seems a confident lad and it is always interesting to see how a young player does. When he is ready then I’m sure he will be ready to make the step up.”