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Loan star Fowler loving life with the Lambs

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Tamworth loan star Lee Fowler says that he is loving his time at the club and believes he can only get better with more games.

Fowler, on loan from Wrexham, was named Man of the Match for his performance during the 3-0 win over Worcester City at the weekend.

It was another impressive display from the experienced midfielder, who is growing in stature with every game.

"The lads are a great group here and they have welcomed me in brilliantly," he said without hesitation. "There's a bit of banter and there's a great spirit here.

"It's been really good for me to just come out and play games.

"I feel that I am coming into games a lot quicker now. Having not really played for a couple of months, I was always going to be a bit sluggish initially.

"But I feel that, with the games we have had, my fitness is building up a lot more and my performances are getting stronger.

"I felt that Saturday was my best performance so far.

"As I say, I am really enjoying it here but I knew I would with my brother [Mike] and Andy [Morrell] here.

"They are so well-organised and know how to do things the right way."

Fowler, meanwhile, believes The Lambs can push on in the National League North after making it back-to-back League wins with Saturday's success over Worcester.

Tamworth now lie sixth in the league, one place and two points off a play-off spot and only seven adrift of leaders Nuneaton, with a game in hand.

"I think everyone is buying into what the gaffer is doing," he added. "If we work as a collective group, as a team, we have a great chance of success.

"We just have to keep picking up results the way we are, slowly going about our business.

"We have lost one League game all season so people will be looking at us. It's up to the lads to continue to keep winning games of football now.

"That is the be-all-and-end-all, results above anything. There's no better feeling than winning a game of football on a Saturday afternoon."

Source: www.thelambs.co.uk

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