In-form winger hopeful of a starting place
Back in the team, and in goal scoring form with four goals in his last four games, winger Jennison Myrie-Williams admits he is not keen on being left out of the side.
He is determined to keep his place now he is back in and says he will stand by whatever decision Micky Adams makes.
He says: “I want to play in every game, so I didn’t enjoy it but I took it on board because he is the manager and he picks the team.
“You just feel every time you play you have got a chance to prove yourself and you have got a chance to show people you should be playing and I think that is what I have done.
“I think when you have got a squad like we have, it is always good to have competition, it’s healthy and I think it always keeps you on your toes if you don’t know if you are playing.
“He doesn’t name the team until the day of the game so you never really know, but you should always be on your toes, that’s when you get your best performances.
“I think we are all going in the same direction and he is the manager and what he decides is best for the team, us as a squad should trust him to do that and we will go out there and do what we are supposed to do.”
Hopefully that is exactly what the team will do against Walsall this weekend – do what they are supposed to do.
The Vale winger believes the Saddlers are a good side from what he has seen on TV, but also believes Vale are capable of going to the Bescott Stadium on Saturday and bringing something back with them.
He said: “They are a very good team, you can’t deny that, they are a good passing team. I saw them the other night on the telly against Peterborough and I thought they were quite good.
“But I am sure if we go down there with the right attitude and play our game, I am sure we will get a positive result.”