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Jenno not happy

8 April 2014

Winger hits ten-goal mark but isn't satisfied - he wants more

Although Saturday’s goal scorer Jennison Myrie-Williams is happy to hit double figures for the season, he says there is always room for improvement.

minute spot kick to record his tenth goal of the season and to earn Vale a rare double over the Saddlers, but he is looking to add to his total between now and the end of the season.stHe blasted home Vale’s 51

He says: “We are going into games looking to be more positive from the off and I think it is showing with the amount of wins we have got at home lately.

“I am always happy to score and create goals and happy to get to ten, but with five games left I just want to kick on and get as many as possible.

“I think ten goals is the target for every midfield player at the beginning of the season. Double figures is always nice, but you can always to better.

“You can’t put all of your hopes on your strikers to score all of your goals and I think myself, Doug Loft and Ben Williamson have chipped in with the odd goals and helped the team that way and I am happy to score goals, but more happy to win games.”

Talk of the play-offs has reared its head once again following a couple of home wins that have seen Vale take over ninth spot in the table, but the Vale winger says they are just taking one game at a time.

He continued: “You don’t want to end up on your backside in the sense of saying we should be in the play-offs if we keep playing the way we are, and then not making it.

“It is more of a case where we go into every game trying to get the three points and seeing where it takes us.

“As a player you always want to finish in the best position and last year we won promotion, but you have got to be realistic and we just want to finish as high as we can.

“I had no expectations of where we would finish this season so we will just take each game as it comes and see where we finish.

“I think we have got a better squad than people give us credit for. A lot of the players from last season had never played in League One.

“As a squad we have adjusted well to this league and ninth isn’t bad for any team that has been promoted. We have done well, but we can always do better.”

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