Striker Andre Brown has been told to find a killer instinct in front of goal if he wants to force his way back into the AFC Telford side, report the Shropshire Star.

Brown was left out on Saturday as the Bucks registered a 2-1 National North success at FC United of Manchester.

He played a week previous when he replaced the suspended Daniel Udoh in the win over Boston United.

And boss Gavin Cowan admitted he had not been displeased with the former Kidderminster man’s display in that game.

“Andre didn’t come out because he didn’t play well, because he did play well,” said Cowan. “But I thought the game was set up for those two strikers (Amari Morgan-Smith and Daniel Udoh). Andre understands that, he wants to play, obviously.

“He needs to become more clinical, we’ve spoken about areas where he needs to improve but we speak about that with the other two also.”

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