Date: 18th January 2013 at 4:37pm
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Winger Byron Moore is fully capable of regularly terrorising opposition defences, says Crewe Alexandra manager Steve Davis.

“We’ve been waiting for him to do that, encouraging him to take people on” – Steve Davis

Moore was back to his best with an impressive attacking display as Crewe defeated Bradford City 4-1 in the Johnstone’s Paint Trophy in midweek, claiming the first goal and setting up the second for Max Clayton.

That followed him also being on the scoresheet in the 1-1 draw at Leyton Orient last weekend.

“Byron was our biggest threat on Tuesday,” Davis told This is Staffordshire. “He was always the one getting in behind their defence and creating one-on-one opportunities. He was being positive, getting outside the full-back.

“We’ve been waiting for him to do that, encouraging him to take people on and I thought he did very well,” he continued. “He kept it up for the whole game, a constant menace. Maybe the goal he scored at Leyton Orient has given him confidence to kick on.”

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