Lee Andrews is not panicking about Workington Reds’ backlog of fixtures just yet.

Despite a number of games having to be rearranged as the season draws to a close, Andrews does not believe it to be any worse than previous years.

Although it can prove gruelling to the players with a host of midweek fixtures added, the Reds boss says it can also be fruitful if you hit form.

“I think if you look back over the past few seasons, we have had more games than we have got left this time,” said Andrews.

“We will manage to squeeze them all in as we have the dates for the rearranged games now.

“It can be difficult on the lads playing Saturday, Tuesday each week but if we can get the results, it can also work in our favour.

“You can get into a routine of churning games out and if you hit a run of form, then that helps because the next game can’t come quick enough.”

Reds have been given dates for their most recent games which fell foul of the weather.

They will now travel to Warrington Town on March 27, then Buxton on April 7, followed by a trip to Stourbridge on Monday, April 16.

Reds are due to play at Stalybridge Celtic tomorrow but the game is under threat following the wintry conditions sweeping the country.

Andrews admitted earlier in the week that the chances of the game going ahead were slim with snow and ice widespread.

But it would give Reds a chance to regroup with defender Dan Wordsworth available after Saturday.

Andrews is still hoping to bring some fresh blood into the club to boost his side going into the last crucial few weeks.