Date: 5th March 2013 at 4:19pm
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Striker Nathan Ellington is still hopeful of earning himself a permanent contract at Crewe Alexandra.

“You never lose the hunger to score goals” – Nathan Ellington

The 31-year-old ex-Wigan Athletic and Wolverhampton Wanderers marksman has already netted in all three Under-21 games he’s featured in whilst on trial at Gresty Road.

“It would be nice to get something sorted,” Ellington told BBC Stoke. “Crewe have always been a good footballing side. They’re a club who do things the right way. A lot of players have moved on from here to bigger and better things.

“But, looking from the outside, coming from the Championship to League One, it does not look like there is much difference and you never lose the hunger to score goals,” he added.

Bradford-born Ellington has certainly always shown an ability to find the net during his career with 144 goals in 329 starts, plus a further 168 appearances from the bench.


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