Lee Andrews is warning his Workington Reds squad against complacency as they go up against the league’s bottom side North Ferriby United on Saturday.

Reds go into the clash on the back of a two-game winning run and they are targeting this encounter to make it a third.

But manager Andrews says, just because Ferriby are at the foot of the table, does not mean they can take them lightly.

“Obviously, winning the two recent games has been a massive confidence boost for us and we spoke three or four weeks ago about the next four games that we felt we could pick up points in,” said former Carlisle United player Andrews.

“So far, we have done it in two and had a third cancelled, so it has given us a lift but we also have to guard against complacency.

“North Ferriby are bottom of the league and we have picked up some form and confidence but we can’t take it for granted.

“Yes, we have won two games but there is still a lot of work to be done before the end of the season.”

Andrews is hoping to take a similar team to Ferriby as the one that beat Grantham last Saturday.

The only slight doubt surrounded Conor Tinnion who missed out on training at the start of the week after picking up a dead leg at the weekend.

But Andrews was hopeful Tinnion would be back at training at the end of the week and fit to take his place in the side on Saturday.

However, Workington are still waiting for clearance from FIFA to allow them to play their new signing, the former Hibernian and Queen of the South star Dan Carmichael.