PAUL Carden has called for more of the same from his Warrington Town side for their trip to fellow high-flyers Shaw Lane tomorrow, kick off 3pm.

Yellows travel to South Yorkshire on the back of a seven-game unbeaten run in all competitions, but they face the side sitting two places and two points below them in the Evo-Stik Premier Division table.

Carden says his side’s current run is a result of them “believing in themselves” but acknowledges Saturday’s trip to Sheerein Park is an extremely tough one.

However, the Yellows boss says Ducks manager Paul Quinn will be just as wary of his side after attending their 3-0 FA Trophy third qualifying round replay win over National League North side Tamworth on Tuesday night.

“I watched Shaw Lane a couple of weeks back. They are a physical side with experience and they have continued their momentum from being promoted last year,” he said.

“We have to approach the game the same way as we have done in the past couple. It’s important we try and maintain this form we’re in.

“The Shaw Lane manager was at the Tamworth game on Tuesday.

“He’ll have gone back thinking his side are in for a tough game on Saturday and that’s what we’re looking to provide for them.

“In the past three games, you’ve seen the team really come together and we’re coming good.

“Some of the stuff we’re playing and the goals we’re scoring are excellent football moves.

“If you get this group playing and believing in themselves, you’ve seen what they can do.”

Yellows have injury doubts over two key players ahead of Saturday’s return to league action Striker Jamie McDonald, who scored twice in Tuesday’s impressive win to take his tally to nine goals since joining the club, and skipper Jay McCarten will undergo fitness checks after picking up Achilles and back injuries respectively.

One player who could feature, however, is experienced striker Billy Paynter after his move to Yellows was confirmed this week.

Paynter was an unused substitute on Tuesday, but Carden says it will not be long before the former Leeds, Hull and Swindon striker is involved.

“Billy gives us that physical presence when you need it,” he said.

“He’ll also give us some crucial experience in the dressing room as well.

“Very much like the way we’ve brought Steve Jennings in to marshal the midfield, that’s what Billy will give us further up the pitch as well as his goalscoring ability.

“Hopefully we can get him up to speed and playing soon.”

Town added another forward to their ranks yesterday as Stephen Milne joined from Bootle.

Milne had scored six goals in his seven appearances for the Bucks in the North West Counties Premier Division this season.