Burton Albion midfielder Fox joins Tamworth FC

Tamworth FC have completed the loan signing of Burton Albion's Ben Fox. The midfielder returns to The Lamb for a second loan spell, having worked under Andy Morrell last season. He arrives until January 2 and boss Morrell said: "It's great to have Ben back on board. "We don't have much cover in the middle of the park especially with Verms (Aman Verma) struggling with an injury. "So we are delighted to be able to bring Ben in until January." Burton Albion's Ben Fox has joined Tamworth on loan "He did fantastically well for us last season, he really came on leaps and bounds as his time with us went on and he got to grips with the league. "He's a fresh face to the group and is ready to start. "He offers some pace, he's fit and can get about the park. "He wants to learn and get better and brings a fresh mind to our current situation." The Lambs are looking to end a run of five straight defeats when they travel to York City on Saturday. And Morrell said: "We need graft and desire from the lads. "We have to stop the rot and I have to get them to believe in themselves again. "When I was playing and I went through a sticky patch, I used to watch DVDs of myself remind myself that I could score goals etc. "We need to get the lads here to remember that. They have shown this season what they can do and we need to make them believe in themselves again and kickstart something good."

Tamworth FC have completed the loan signing of Burton Albion's Ben Fox.

The midfielder returns to The Lamb for a second loan spell, having worked under Andy Morrell last season.

He arrives until January 2 and boss Morrell said: "It's great to have Ben back on board.

"We don't have much cover in the middle of the park especially with Verms (Aman Verma) struggling with an injury.

"So we are delighted to be able to bring Ben in until January."

Burton Albion's Ben Fox has joined Tamworth on loan

"He did fantastically well for us last season, he really came on leaps and bounds as his time with us went on and he got to grips with the league.

"He's a fresh face to the group and is ready to start.

"He offers some pace, he's fit and can get about the park.

"He wants to learn and get better and brings a fresh mind to our current situation."

The Lambs are looking to end a run of five straight defeats when they travel to York City on Saturday.

And Morrell said: "We need graft and desire from the lads.

"We have to stop the rot and I have to get them to believe in themselves again.

"When I was playing and I went through a sticky patch, I used to watch DVDs of myself remind myself that I could score goals etc.

"We need to get the lads here to remember that. They have shown this season what they can do and we need to make them believe in themselves again and kickstart something good."

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