Midfielder Scott Robertson firmly believes that there is enough quality inside the Crewe dressing room to turn results around. The on-loan Celtic man has impressed since coming south of the border and although the team have made an inconsistent start to the new campaign, Robertson has thoroughly enjoyed the whole experience of playing regularly.
The 19-year-old, who scored his first senior goal in the 2-0 win over Burton Albion, claimed the club’s Man-of-the-Match award for his own performance against Sunderland on Tuesday night.
Robertson told the club’s official website: “The last two results have been very poor and all we can do is work hard out on the training ground. We are doing everything we can to get those three points sooner rather than later and when we do, we want to go on a run and get away from the relegation zone.
“That is the aim over the next two months and we want to get that first result and kick on from there. Football can change very quickly and hopefully we can get a rub of the green and get those three points on Saturday.
“We have been disappointed with some of the goals we have conceded in the last two games, especially from set-pieces. They have been soft goals to give away as a team and we need to eradicate that from our game as quickly as possible. If we can keep it tight then we have enough quality to win games.
“There is enough quality inside the dressing room to move us up the table but we have to start to show it with the results. All we can do as a group is work harder in training and when the games come about and then hopefully that will be reflected in the results.
Robbo added: “On a personal level it has gone well for me and I’ve loved it. Everyone has been really welcoming and I have enjoyed playing regularly. I have had nine 90 minutes under my belt, so that is only going to benefit me going forward.
“My body has adjusted to the three games a week and hopefully as a team we can show the real us over the next couple of months.”