final game for the club, away at Crewe on 1 January, showcased his sharpened reflexes as he tipped a Chuks Aneka header on to the crossbar.
Amos made the last of nine appearances on loan to Carlisle on New Year’s Day as his month-long switch came to an end. Unfortunately for Ben it was an unhappy farewell as the League One outfit went down 2-1 away to Crewe.
The Macclesfield-born stopper was back on Under-21 duty this month, turning out twice for Warren Joyce’s side in wins over Leicester City and West Ham.
Amos started the month with a clean sheet for the Under-21s as James Wilson’s hat-trick clinched a 3-0 triumph away to Wolverhampton Wanderers. At the end of March he was an unused substitute for the senior side during the 4-1 victory at home to Aston Villa.
After keeping a clean-sheet for the Under-21s against Aston Villa, Amos was once again in unbeatable form for Warren Joyce’s side against Tottenham, making a series of excellent saves to preserve a 1-0 victory at White Hart Lane. He also featured in the 3-2 victory away to Reading as United booked a place in the Under-21 Premier League semi-finals.