Veteran midfielder Paul Green believes that Crewe Alexandra can do something special in League Two next season. The former Republic of Ireland International signed a 12-month deal with the club following the conclusion of the season after he made a positive impact on the team during a six-month loan.
Crewe Alexandra boss David Artell was quick to snap up the 35-year-old after he made 20 appearances in the second half of the season for us after joining from Oldham. The former Leeds and Doncaster man played a major role in helping Crewe to finish in 15th place in the table and now he believes that we can push on next season and become more competitive.
Green told iFollow the Alex: “I am excited about next year. There is a great group of lads here and the younger ones are now a year on as well. There is a good mix with the senior lads as well and we can all look forward to next season.
“Hopefully my experience can help the younger ones as well and we can carry on where he have left off. We played some good stuff and I think we can do something special in this league next season.
Paul added: “I will get my rest in but I have always been one who ticks over in pre-season. You have got to come back fit nowadays. It is not like the olden days when you start pre-season trying to get that fitness. The manager and the coaches will expect you to be fit and more or less ready to go again.
“I will put the work in over the summer and make sure I am ready for the pre-season.”