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A Job Well Done

PETER CROUCH hailed a job well done after Stoke City secured their place in the fourth round of the Capital One Cup.

The England international marked his return to the Potters' starting line-up for last night's game at Tranmere by opening his goal account for the season.

Crouch's 90th minute strike set the seal on a 2-0 win for Mark Hughes side and set them up nicely for Sunday's home Premier League date with Norwich City.

He told "It was important that we went to Tranmere and did things right and from the first whistle we showed the quality that we have; we got the ball down and passed it and thoroughly deserved the win.

"Credit to Tranmere because they gave it a good go but we passed it well and I think that showed in the end.

"It's a shame we didn't score more goals or even get the second one a lot earlier than we did because that would have really killed the game off but I thought we were always in control."

Crouch got off the mark with a cool finish from a long diagonal ball from Oussama Assaidi and he added: "It's always nice to score and it doesn't matter when they come - I was thankful to nick one right at the end.

"I'm pleased to have got my first of the season. My dad made a long journey up from London to Tranmere, so I owed him a little celebration.

"I've not played the last few Premier League games but always felt I would get a chance against Tranmere and was looking forward to it to be honest. It was good to get 90 minutes and be part of a winning team again."

Tickets for Sunday's Premier League game against Norwich at the Britannia Stadium are still available. Buy from, in person direct from the Britannia Stadium Ticket Office or by calling 01782 367599.

Season Tickets for the Club's final 16 Premier League games of the season at the Britannia Stadium are also available. Supporters can buy in full at, call (01782) 367599 or visit Britannia Stadium Ticket Office. To take advantage of the Interest Free Payment plan over 5 months this is only available in person.

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