Club captain determined to play his part in decisive run-in.
Harry Davis has recently returned from the knee injury that has made his season a frustrating one for the club captain but the 24-year-old is determined to play his part in the run-in.
The centre-half is hoping to retain his place in the Crewe Alexandra starting XI after he started last weekend’s 3-0 defeat at Gillingham. He was withdrawn at half-time as boss Steve Davis went with a more attack-minded formation for the second half.
Harry is now aiming to make up for lost time and help the club avoid relegation to League Two.
H told us: “I feel fine. Obviously, I’d played a few Under 21 games and trained for a few weeks so I feel fit and feel well. I’ve had no reaction to it either so it’s been all good.
“I’ve come back at a time when a lot of others have come back too, it’s good to have a lot of the squad back in contention and back with us. That brings confidence and also competition for places and good numbers going into these last ten games.
“I know what’s required to keep us in this League. A lot of the boys know what’s required as well. It’s all about sticking together and about starting games better because that’s been the downfall.
He added: “All we need now is wins, draws are no good. Nothing else will do at this stage and that’s what we’ll be going for against Blackpool.”