WORKINGTON Town coach Leon Pryce is urging his players not to get carried away with their recent run of results.

A 28-18 success against Hunslet was their fourth in a row and ended the visitors sequence of seven straight wins.

“It’s important that we don’t get carried away with what we have been doing recently and stay focused. There are plenty of matches still to play,” he said.

But Pryce admitted he was very proud of the effort put in by his players to beat Hunslet who had started the day in third place.

“We would not have won that game earlier in the season but the team spirit shone through, which is something that has been growing as we’ve gone on through the programme.

“There were some immense performances, especially when you consider the condition and the fact that we have an injury crisis.

“We were so depleted our conditioner Matty Johnson had to be part of the squad and because we had an injury inside two minutes he s quickly into the action.

“I’s not easy when you have new plyers in the team and we weren’t right in the first-half and 14-4 behind at half-time was a fair reflection against a good side.

“You couldn’t print what I said at half-time but they got the message and responded superbly. It really was a terrific effort.

“When forwards like Oliver Wilkes and Stevie Scholey play for the full 80 minutes it really does show what lads are able to do for their team-mates. That’s the spirit we have in the side at the moment and it’s a big positive,” said Pryce.

Town entertain neighbours Whitehaven in the derby clash at Derwent Park next Sunday which will kick off at 1-30pm