Boss says Udoh has to keep himself going to get another chance.
Steve Davis admits that he could turn to young striker Dan Udoh if we was to slightly change the way Crewe play.
The Alex boss says that the former Ilkeston youngster could provide a more physical presence up front if Crewe wanted to change their approach in the final third but he stresses that the fairly inexperienced forward is still finding his own feet in the professional game.
Steve told the club’s official web-site: “People talk about a plan B and we can change the way we play with the personnel we have here. We can change the system.
“We don’t have that big man anymore, who we can hit and get the knock downs. We do have Dan, who is a powerful lad but he is not 6’2” and isn’t an out-and-out target man.
“He is still finding his feet at this level and it will take time for him but he does provide us with a different option.
“We are not panicking though because we have failed to score against Yeovil. We had enough chances to have scored three or four and the front players have been terrific for us.
He added: “Normally, Daggers or Lowey would have put one or two of those chances away.”