Interim boss says his players are giving it everthing despite having nothing riding on these final games.
Alex Morris says he is delighted with the response of his players in the three matches he has been placed in temporary charge of the club. Crewe have collated four points from tough games against relegation threatened AFC Wimbledon, promotion hunting Ipswich Town and an improving Ipswich Town side under Kieran McKenna.
The Railwaymen complete the season with an away fixture at Lincoln City this weekend.
The Interim Crewe boss told us: “We have been pleased with the response of the players. We would have preferred nine points out of nine but beggars cannot be choosers and from the run they were on before the change, then to achive four points from three games is a step in the right direction.
“The two key areas we had to implement as quickly as possible was to add some structure and organisation to our play and other than the first 15 minutes against Sheffield Wednesday when we were a bit ragged at Hillsborough I think we have imprvoed in that.
“The second thing we were after was for us to be competitive, to have that drive and determination to fight and I think the supporters have also seen that. That has been evident and we have although we didn’t get a positive result at Sheffield Wednesday, we were still very much in the game.
He added: “What is more difficult to implement in a short space of time, is the attacking aspect. That is harder to introduce in only a few weeks, but we will improve on that going forward and have better quality at the top end of the pitch.”