Port Vale followed up their 8-0 victory at Alsager with a 5-0 win at Biddulph Town on Wednesday evening.
Winger Jennison Myrie-Williams was the star of the show, scoring twice in his first game since sealing a permanent move to the Vale.The other Vale scorers were trialist Tadhg Purcell, Ben Williamson and Louis Dodds.
“Let’s not kid ourselves that we were playing Burnley,” manager Micky Adams told the Sentinel. “The standard of our opponents in these last two games hasn’t, with respect, been the very best.
“But I remember my first game in charge of Port Vale was against Biddulph, and we lost that 1-0.
“The attitude of the players and the way we go about our business has changed a lot since then, and we have been doing it right recently.”
Port Vale (first half): Neal, Duffy, Artell, Owen, Loft, Myrie-Williams, Lloyd, Morsy, Murphy, Williamson, Purcell.
Second half: Johnson, Yates, McCombe, Davis, Morris, James, Dodds, Burge, McDonald, Shuker, Pope.