CHAIRMAN Mark Pye believes there is no limit to what can be achieved at Warrington Rylands.

The Gorsey Lane outfit celebrated their third promotion in four years on Saturday afternoon as they lifted the Northern Premier League West Division title.

They will now play at Step Three of the National League System – the same current tier as neighbours Warrington Town – next season.

And Pye says his club will continue to “enjoy the ride” having followed last year’s memorable FA Vase win with another promotion.

“If I’m honest, there isn’t one,” he said when asked what the ceiling was for Blues.

“Let’s just keep going and enjoy the ride. Sometimes people can put too much pressure on things, but why not just enjoy it?

“We’re a good club full of good people and we’ve got a great junior section. Let’s keep moving forward.

“You couldn’t make it up. Five years ago we got beat by Eagle Sports in the Guardian Cup final at Warrington Town, and now we’re here.

“We’re absolutely made up for the town. It’s a big thing for us to get football going in this town. Let’s see where we go.”

Rylands lifted the title after a nerve-shredding afternoon at Gorsey Lane in which they had to rely on a favour from elsewhere.

They went into the game against Bootle knowing a victory would secure the title, but they had to come from behind to secure a 2-2 draw.

That opened the door for second-placed Workington to snatch the crown, but they were held to a 1-1 draw at relegated Market Drayton Town to ensure Rylands took the title by a single point.

“It feels unbelievable. What a day,” Pye said.

“Them scoring, us equalising, waiting for the Market Drayton score to come through – a big thanks to them! Just wow.

“I thought we were nervy and I don’t think we played very well, but that’s what happens and I’ll take it all day.”

More than 1,200 people crammed into Gorsey Lane to see Blues eventually lift the trophy – by far the team’s highest crowd of the season.

Pye hopes that starts the trend of regular higher gates next season.

“People haven’t really heard of us – I think the general thought is we’re a team that’s just here and not doing much,” he said.

“But we are – we’re a team that’s on the up so I’d urge people to come down and support what we’re doing.”