Date: 11th October 2012 at 3:52pm
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Max Clayton’s goal at Shrewsbury Town in the Johnstone’s Paint Trophy on Tuesday night will serve as a real confidence booster for the teenager.

“He has become anxious and perhaps trying too hard because he wants to score goals for the team” – Steve Davis

It was the first time the talented eighteen-year-old forward had found the target since grabbing the winner against Coventry City at the beginning of last month.

“The goal will really help him because he has gone a month or so without one,” manager Steve Davis told Crewe’s official website. “He has become anxious and perhaps trying too hard because he wants to score goals for the team.

“He has been a bit uptight about not scoring so this goal will be a great help to him and restore some confidence,” he added.

Clayton’s first goal in eight games helped the Alex claim themselves an area quarter-final place in the competition.

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