Crawley head coach John Yems praised his side for a 'good hard working performance' as they clinched their third successive win at The People's Pension Stadium.

The Reds beat Salford 1-0 which also meant they secured back-to-back wins and clean sheets.

The victory moved them up to 11th place in the table and they are now just seven points off the play-off places.

But Yems could not fault his sides performance.

He said: “There are no easy games and we worked hard and got a result.

“It was hard to pick a man of the match – there are a lot of unsung hero’s.”

Crawley went through a tough run of winning just two of their nine games after beating Leeds in the FA Cup third round in January, but Yems believes a buzz is returning to the side.

He said: “We are all pleased at the moment. For this club to survive this season after Covid and with no fans it will be a success.

“We have had Covid in the camp and it has affected a few people, one or two are not over it properly.

“It was great to get another three points and if we keep performing like this who knows where it will lead.”