Interim Crewe Alexandra boss, Alex Morris, is aiming to stop the slide of defeats before the end of the season and lift the morale at the club following a disappointing relegation back to League Two.
Crewe host AFC Wimbledon on Good Friday and Morris will take the players for training today after cancelling their usual mid-week day off.
The interim manager told the club’s official website: “We have got an important four games between now and the end of the season. We have got a mini two-week season if you like and essentially it is my job with the help of Lee Bell and Kenny (Lunt) and the other staff here to ensure that in the interim makes things look better out on the pitch.
“That hasn’t happened enough this season and although we can never guarantee results in football what I can promise is that players will show greater energy, drive and intensity out on the pitch. They are only words at the moment and they have to go and show it and if they do, then we have a good opportunity to win a game of football again on Friday.
“We are in a terrible run and if I am brutally honest, the main objective has to give our supporters something to hold on to and grab over the next two weeks and into the summer.
“The board are looking for a response, not just out on the pitch but around the place as well. They are looking for things that are associated with this club. We are renowned for playing attractive football, attacking football and that has not been evident too often this season.”