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Port Vale’s on-loan midfielder Callum Guy has said the games they have in hand on their relegation rivals means nothing unless they’re won and they climb up the table.
The 20-year-old, who joined the club until the end of the season from Derby in January, spoke ahead of Vale’s home fixture against Swindon Town on Saturday.
Port Vale boss Michael Brown said he believes his side have what it takes to avoid relegation to Sky Bet League Two.
The Valiants are currently in the bottom four on 34 points but do have two games in hand on 20th-placed Bury, who are now managed by former Birmingham City manager Lee Clark.
Port Vale have now gone five games without a win after they were dominated in their 3-0 loss to Peterborough United at Vale Park.
Vale, who were 1-0 down before injury time, ended the game three goals down thanks to an injury time brace from Peterborough substitute, Junior Morias.
Port Vale assistant manager Michael Brown has stated the need for his team’s away form to improve if they are to secure a top six finish this season, ahead of their visit to bottom-placed side Shrewsbury Town.
Port Vale assistant manager Michael Brown has expressed his disappointment for striker Anton Forrester, after the 22-year old was forced off against Oldham Athletic with a recurrence of his hamstring injury. Forrester was substituted following the third instance of the hamstring issue that has plagued his debut season at Vale Park.
Port Vale first team coach Andy Smith believes the players reacted positively from the weekend defeat to Sheffield United, in their 1-1 draw with Charlton Athletic last night.
The Valiants rescued a point with five minutes left with a penalty dispatched by top scorer Alex Jones, after Charlton’s on loan midfielder Frederik Ulvestad opened scoring in the first half.
Port Vale managed to earn rescue a point against Charlton Athletic thanks to a penalty from their leading goal scorer Alex Jones.
A late goal from Sam Kelly salvaged a point for Port Vale in a 1-1 draw with Coventry City.
In the fifteenth minute Carl Dickinson found space out wide and clipped a high ball into the area finding Vale striker AJ Leitch-Smith, who fired straight into the hands of Coventry keeper Reice Charles-Cook.