Ryan Lowe has said that he is happy to be back at a crucial time to help the team, after an Injury kept him out for a number of months.
Ryan Lowe has recently fought his way back into the first team set-up after an injury which saw him out of action since November 2014.
Ryan has said that himself and the coaching staff at the club, pinpointed last Saturday’s match against Northampton Town as the perfect time for him to play longer than just a half here and there.
Speaking about last Saturday’s match, Ryan Lowe said: “I think sometimes it takes a little while after an injury to get fully fit, and that has been the problem over the past couple of matches.
“I didn’t want to let my teammates and the manager down, I possibly could have played against Mansfield Town and Oxford United a couple of weeks ago.
“But I’m an older pro at 36 years old and I know when I’m ready and when I’m not. The Gaffer and the coaching staff as well as the physio, had discussion about when I would be ready.
“We decided that the Northampton Town game was the one we pointed to as being the time when I’d be feeling a little bit stronger and we chose the right time I believe.
“I feel stronger every single day, and we have eight couple finals now so I’ll try and help the team as much as I can.”
Ryan admits that after Saturdays brilliant 2-1 win over the Cobblers, the mood around the camp is bubbly and all the players a looking forward to the last eight matches and the promotion push that goes with them.
He explained: “The mood is quite good, it was bubbly obviously and I knew it would be after the second half performance on Saturday.
“We came away with the three points and it was a massive win for us. It’s on to the next one now, so the lads are bubbly and rightly so after the performance we put in.
“We know the next eight games are going to be tough, as we knew Northampton was going to be tough.
“We can’t just expect teams to come over and rollover for us to win, they are going to come here fighting for the win.
“We’ve got to show that tremendous attitude, spirit, character and desire that we showed on Saturday in the last eight games.”
Watch the full interview on the Bury FC Network here.