Mark Beesley weighs up Boston United challenge after Warrington Town start

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Warrington Town manager Mark Beesley is looking to continue their winning run despite encountering after a difficult week.

*This is the transcript from Off The Park’s interview with Warrington Town manager Mark Beesley. The Yellows have won their last two against Buxton and Chorley, they head to Boston United before welcoming Curzon Ashton this weekend.

Thoughts on recent performances: “It was a good response, results-wise, got two clean sheets. To go to Chorley, win, and beat a really talented Buxton team at home it’s good for us and confidence.

“We’re under no illusions that things can turn quickly in this league with the players you’re against, the quality of teams, we’ve got to be ready for each game.

“That’s gone now, I thought second-half against Chorley, there’s a lot of things we need to be better at and that’s what we’ve spoke about this week.”

How are things in the camp? “It’s a really difficult week because we were really down to the bare bones, we only had 13 players and a few young lads helping us out, who have been on dual registration with other clubs.

“We thank the clubs [who saw players recalled] for that because we disrupted their lads progress, we had to get them in because we didn’t have three outfield substitutes.

“You can’t have that in the Conference North, but we’ve made a couple of signings which give us a boost and, although we won’t have many people back this weekend, we’re hoping that we will get a few bodies back for the following week which will strengthen us.”

Prospects of facing Boston United: “They’re a really big club in this league and it’s good for us to go to these stadiums and these grounds to pit our wits against a big club.

“We’re looking forward to it, they’re a really good team, they’re always strong and it’ll be up to us to match them.”