Workington boss Danny Grainger believes his players are in the right frame of mind to finish the job.

Grainger had just seen Reds score two late goals to beat Brighouse Town and stay seven points clear at the top.

He said: “We have nine game left and there is so much determination in this squad to see it through.

“The way they dug in and came back to win was a credit to the belief they have.

“Brighouse are a good, well-organised side who made it difficult for us, but I thought we thoroughly deserved the three points.”

Reds are unbeaten at home in the NPL North West with an FA Trophy loss to Farsley Celtic the only defeat.

Grainger said: “We are going to make it hard for anybody coming here and I know the players are determined to keep our home run going.

“But we also have five away games to play and are all determined to finish the season on top.”

As they approach the closing weeks of the season Grainger says that he might be trying to bring in a second goalkeeper.

“I suppose we’ve been lucky that Jim [Atkinson] has had no injuries to keep him out of the team.

“But it might make sense to have an experienced keeper available at the club should Jim suffer an injury,” said Grainger.

Reds, who were North West Division Team of the Month for January, have another home game on Tuesday night when Mossley are the visitors.

“We’ve had a very good week with three home wins, [but] I think we will be making changes, because I like to freshen up the team.

“I’ve said from day one 11 players won’t win us the League. It’s a squad game and by the end of the season they will have all played their part,” said the manager.