Free agent Shaun Miller is hopeful that a deal can be done to turn his recent successful loan spell into a permanent deal this summer.
Miller, 30, is eager to move back to the area with his young family and after hitting six goals since January, Crewe boss David Artell is also eager to speak to our former academy graduate.
Miller scored both goals in our 2-1 win over Cheltenham Town at the weekend and he has recently been informed by his parent club Carlisle United that he will not be offered fresh terms with the League Two club.
“I’ve thoroughly enjoyed being back (at Crewe), ‘says Miller.
“When I came back on loan I had half an eye on maybe there potentially being something at the end of it, so I’m hopeful. We’ll see.
“When I came here I wanted to help improve the form of the team and I like to think I’ve done that.
“We seem to be in a real positive vein in the last couple of months and we’ve finished really strongly.
“I’m pleased with my contribution, and it was nice to finish off with two goals.
“I always aim to score goals. I look to help the team, and I’m in the team to score goals.
“There is a general togetherness, everyone has upped their game, and the gaffer says we have been in the top two or three in the form table in the last 10 games or so.”
Shaun added: "It’s a massive positive and everyone deserves plaudits for turning it round.”