Port Vale: Jennison Myrie-Williams aiming high after trophy double
MARKED man Jennison Myrie-Williams is confident he can deliver the ammunition to help fire Port Vale to promotion this season.
The Valiants' more attacking approach encouraged promotion rivals Torquay United to put 10 men behind the ball on their trip to Burslem last weekend.
But Myrie-Williams showed what he could do given the opportunity when he scored two goals in a 2-0 Johnstone's Paint Trophy win over Tranmere Rovers on Tuesday.
And with another League Two big gun in Rotherham United at Vale Park this weekend, the winger is confident he can unlock the door to more success for Micky Adams's men.
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The 24-year-old said: "A lot of times in my career I've had people doubling up on me, but you just need to make it work to your advantage.
"When it happened against Torquay I was able to play short balls to Richard Duffy at full-back, and we were still able to get dangerous balls into their box.
"If there's two players on me there must be space elsewhere, and although I might be quiet for spells of games, I'll keep working hard for the team.
"I'm confident that if I do get half a yard of space then I can whip in a cross or a shot.
"The manager wants me to stay high and wide on the pitch, and that suits me.
"You need players in your team who can change games in an instant and hopefully that can be me."
Vale became Myrie-Williams's ninth club when he joined on loan in November last year and, after a permanent switch fell through in January, he arrived for good in the summer.
The former Bristol City trainee had been unable to break into a Stevenage team flying high in League One and he is relishing the chance of more action at his new home.
He added: "It was a frustrating time for me, but I've loved every minute of this season so far."