KING’S Lynn Town manager Ian Culverhouse admits he “does not know much” about Warrington Town ahead of Saturday’s ‘super play-off clash.’

The Linnets stand between Yellows and promotion to the National League North and they themselves will be hoping to claim the final place.

Warrington’s superior points-per-game record means they will have home advantage, meaning King’s Lynn face a mammoth round-trip of over 300 miles.

Yellows boss Paul Carden was at The Walks to watch the Linnets beat Alvechurch 3-0 in the Evo-Stik Southern Premier Central’s play-off final.

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However, Culverhouse told the Lynn News his side will “put a shift in” on Saturday.

"This group of players keep delivering and they are really focused on the job in hand," he said.

"It's a shame because any other year we'd be celebrating promotion now, but we've still got another one to go.

"Our preparation and recovery has got to be spot on.

“I know they were here watching on Monday, but we'll go up there and put a shift in and try to make the town proud.

"We don't know much about them, but what concerns more is what we do.

“On our day we know we are capable of beating anyone.

"Hopefully we can all go up there together, be together as a group and try to finish the job."