Alex Morris says that the club have to learn the lesson of last season and take the momentum we managed to build at the end of the season into the new campaign.
Crewe ended the season strongly and recorded the joint best home record in League Two and Morris says that the work achieved in the second half of the season cannot be allowed to slide away when we kick off again in August.
The club’s first team coach told the club’s official website: “It is important that we take the form we ended the season with into next year. We managed to get a lot of points in the last 15 or so games and if we had been better away from home in the first part of the season then those extra 10, 12 points would have seen us in the play-offs. That has to be the aim.
“We managed to build some momentum and we need to take that into the early part of next season. We finished the season strongly, the year before that and didn’t manage to do that for whatever reason. We didn’t start as well as we would have liked.
“We have to learn the lessons from that and if we can then those extra points would see us finishing a lot higher than we did. “