Tom Lowery says it was nice to be back in the starting XI against Manchester City’s Under-21s and away at Notts County on Saturday, but the midfielder says it doesn’t matter too much if the team do not win.
The former Academy graduate has had to wait patiently for his opportunity this season, but he has returned to the Crewe starting line-up to get us on the ball more.
The 20-year-old, who has recently surpassed 50 appearances for the first-team, told the club’s official website: “It was nice personally to be back in the team but it was just very disappointing to have lost the game.
“We felt it was a game that we could possibly have won, so to lose it was very disappointing. When I was out of the team it is difficult but you know that if you work hard then you will get a chance.
“With the three in midfield, we kept the ball better and broke the lines better but we didn’t win the game, so tomorrow night against Swindon, gives us the chance to win three points again.
“We haven’t made the start to the season we would have wanted. We have played some good football at times but we haven’t got as many points as we would have liked.
“We have to push on now and get as many points as we can over the next ten games.
Tom added: “It was two individual mistakes on Saturday that cost us and they were avoidable goals. In the next few games, we have to cut out those type of errors because they were the difference on Saturday from us not getting anything from it.”