SKELMERSDALE fear no team. That's how boss Tommy Lawson puts it and the United boss is adamant his side will go into Saturday's game against Whitby Town believing they can get a result.
Disappointed by a late defeat away to Ilkeston on Saturday, United will be looking to get their league form back on track against a Town side they drew 2-2 with last month.
Now sitting in second place in the Evo Stik Northern Premier, United are hot on the tails of league leaders Chorley.
However, Lawson says he is taking it game-by-game and is expecting another entertaining encounter on Saturday.
“We know what to expect from Whitby after the game last month but we’re going into this one reasonably strong,” Lawson said after the 2-1 defeat against Ilkeston.
“It’s not about keeping pace with anyone at the moment it’s just a case of everyone doing their job.
“We’re not saying that we have got to do this or that because what will be, will be.
“We are just going about our business and we’ve done marvellous this year so hopefully we can keep the form going.
“We’re not looking at any particular team and what they’re doing because we can’t influence where they are at. But what we can influence is our own performances.
“It’s an exciting part of the season with plenty of big games to go so I’m anticipating many twists and turns.”