Workington Reds are looking for three more points tomorrow for the perfect finish to a good week, according to assistant boss Steven Rudd.

The West Cumbrians followed a 4-1 NPL North West Division win against Clitheroe last Saturday with a 2-0 Integro League Cup victory over Ossett United at Borough Park in midweek, ahead of the visit of Brighouse Town tomorrow (3pm kick-off).

Rudd admitted it will be another difficult game as Reds look to build on their seven-point lead at the top of the league table but believes they must get used to that pressure during the final run-in.

Rudd said: “They are all tough ones now.

“There are 10 games to go and all teams are fighting for something.

“Brighouse will still believe they’ve got a chance of getting into the play-offs when you look at people with games in hand.

“Saturday will be a tough one but the lads will train Thursday, we’ll be ready for it and we’ll prepare.

“We want to win three trophies at the end of the season – the County Cup, the League Cup and the league – so the lads are under no illusions that that is what the target is.

“Whoever we play we expect to turn up and win.

“We’ll prepare right, the lads will be at it and three points on Saturday would finish the week off nicely.”

Brighouse will post an unfamiliar test for the coaching staff tomorrow as Reds are yet to play them this season, with both games against Town so far having been postponed.

But Rudd brushed off any notion that they might be surprised by their visitors and said they had prepared thoroughly for the clash.

“They’ve both been called off so we haven’t played them yet but we’ve done our homework,” he said. “We’ve watched video clips and spoken to other managers about them so there’s no reason why we can’t turn up.

“We just hope it’s blowing a gale and raining because we seem to play better in the mud.”