Alex Morris says he is solely focussed on lifting the positivity around the Football Club and getting a response from his players out on the pitch. The interim Crewe boss has four games of the season remaining to give the long suffering fan base something to take into the summer.
Crewe were relegated at Doncaster Rovers at the weekend and David Artell was relieved of his duties on Monday. Artell’s assistant, Morris, has been promoted on a short-term basis, but the 39-year-old does believe that he has all the credentials to manage the club going forward.
The club’s interim boss told us: “I am just focussed on these four remaining games of the season and giving our supporters something to hold on to. We have been entrusted between now and the end of the season to safeguard the club and to look after what is happening out on that pitch.
“So, it really is a short term view at the minute. That’s not me showing a lack of ambition or desire to remain in the job because I would love to take the job. I have been at this club for a long, long time. I feel I have the credentials to do that and do that really well, but predominately at the minutes let’s get through these next four games.
He added: “Let’s put some positive actions into practice so it is evident for the supporters, so they go in to a long summer without competitive football feeling more positive about the things to come.”