David Artell admits that he ‘may try one or two things’ in the final two games of the season against Crawley and Cheltenham, but he still wants to finish on 56 points.
The Crewe boss is not going to make a number of changes and he is targeting a run of three straight wins following last Saturday’s 1-0 win over Morecambe. He wants to finish the season on a high and take that mini-momentum into the new campaign.
Artell elected to partner Chris Porter and Jordan Bowery for only the second time this season against Morecambe and the boss says he may tinker slightly with personnel and tactics for the remaining two games.
The Crewe boss told us: “We played the two big ones up front against Morecambe because we have done it only once previously. It was the first time that we have played Porter, Bowery and the two wide men, Ainley and Kirk in the same team. We wanted to try it and will learn from it.
“I won’t be experimenting too much but I may tinker with one or two things. Some players may play because we want to have a look at them in a certain position or give them a chance. It is preparation for next season and will provide us with some information from it.
“I may do little bits-and-bobs but I want to win the remaining games. It is helpful to be safe but we still want to win the games.”