Morley: It Really Is One Game At A Time For Salford City

Salford City joint-manager Bernard Morley says he and the side know they can't get ahead of themselves.

A 1-0 win against Gainsborough Trinity sees the side remain three points clear at the top of the table, writes Tom Feaheny.

They are next up against Nuneaton Town with the Ammies knowing it is another important game for the side.

"We see each game as another one chalked off, that is how we have to take it right now" Morley told the club's website.

"There was one goal last time against Gainsborough, it could have been five or six but we got the clean sheet, that is something we can build on."

It is now nine games unbeaten for the side with Morley saying they are just having to keep their focus.

"We have hit form at the right stage of the season, but we know each game is tough."

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