Workington Reds’ attention is on making their FA Trophy win against Stalybridge a springboard for better results in the league when they host Hednesford Town tomorrow.

Reds have not won a league game since the start of September and ending that barren run is very much the objective this weekend as the next round of the trophy against Ramsbottom is at the bottom of the immediate to-do list.

Hednesford are in disarray having lost manager Rob Smith and his assistant Larry Chambers to Halesowen this week, with first team coach Francino Francis set to be in charge while the club searches for their successors.

But Town are mid-table in the Evo-Stik League Premier Division and will pose a tough test for Reds at Borough Park tomorrow afternoon (3pm kickoff).

Joint-manager Lee Andrews said: “We are all completely focused on getting a win against Hednesford on Saturday.

“After such a good effort to win at Stalybridge we have to follow-up at home in the league.

“We have shown ourselves capable of beating teams like Scarborough, who are top, and Stalybridge, in the top ten.

“Now we have to do it consistently.

“Dabba and I have never doubted the players’ commitment or that they all won’t put a shift in.

“That’s always been the case and hopefully all our bad luck is behind us now.”

Reds should have Kyle May and Jamie Mellen back in contention tomorrow.

Reds are above only North Ferriby United in the division but have games in hand on every team in the league apart from Witton Albion.

Their clash at Borough Park was postponed in October due to a waterlogged pitch and no new date has been announced.

The match at Farsley Celtic, postponed because of the FA Trophy, has also to be re-arranged, as will the league clash on December 15 at home to Warrington Town.

Another league fixture, at South Shields, has been tentatively arranged for December 29.