Warrington Rylands boss David McNabb has called for confidence from his players ahead of Trafford’s visit to Gorsey Lane.
Rylands‘ trip to Kendal fell victim to the weather last weekend, whilst there was disappointment on their behalf, they’re looking to keep the pressure on as they remain third.
The division’s prolific goalscorers welcomed the addition of Paddy Lacey prior to the visit of Trafford with McNabb hailing the former Chester midfielder’s experience and the benefits they will reap from his move.
He told Off The Park: “We were looking forward to it, the timing wasn’t brilliant, we were about to jump on the coach. But we want to be playing games, we were disappointed it was off. It is what it is, we’ll regroup and go again.
“We know we’ve got to try keep winning games, we can’t look too far ahead so Trafford is going to be a very very tough game.
“I went to watch them on Tuesday, they were very good, a little bit unlucky to lose the game to Hyde we’re under no doubt how tough it’s going to be.
“We need to be confident, get it down and play that’s when we’re at our best when we move the ball quickly so we’re looking for that again and hopefully keep up the good defensive display.
“First and foremost, Paddy’s a very good player, he’s played at a really good level and he gives us something a little bit different in terms of his leadership characteristics, really good communicator on the pitch.
“He’s been there done it so hopefully that experience will help some of the younger lads out as well.”