ANTHONY LIMBRICK has warned his high-flying Woking side that their league position is just a start as they prepare for the trip to in-form Bromley on Saturday afternoon.
The Cards currently sit third in the National League table, just a point off the top after a 1-0 win against Dagenham and Redbridge on 7 October.
His side are now eight games unbeaten after their victory in the FA Cup in midweek, but the Woking boss has warned his side not to get carried away, as they face another tough away game.
He told Radio Woking Sport: “It’s not easy, it’s only a start for us and we’re happy with it but the staff have been brilliant, the players have brought into our philosophy.”
“We need to keep our home form strong and pick up as many points as we can away and that’s what we’re doing.
“We know it’s a good start at the minute and it helps that the league is so crowded and everyone is beating everyone but when the players think that they’re bigger than what they are that’s when things can happen.”
In addition to just one defeat at home all season, the Cards have also improved on their away form, winning four of their last five games away from home in all competitions.
However, with just 15 games played this season and with 93 points still left to play for, the Woking boss acknowledges that there is still a large part of the season remaining.
He added: “The amount of teams that you thought should be up there aren’t but there’s a long way to go, we’ve still got our targets for the season which we set each month and we want to achieve them.”
Josh Staunton has been an integral part of his side’s success, and capped off his brilliant start to the season with an England C Call-up ahead of next month’s International final against Slovakia.
The defender missed the two games with Concord Rangers due to suspension and injury, but is expected to be fit for tomorrow’s clash and has echoed the thoughts of his manager.
He told Radio Woking Sport: “Of course we are excited, but we’re not getting carried away and we’re staying very level headed but it’s nice to be on a run. You feel like we’re riding a cloud and go in with the confidence we’re going to win every game.”
The Cards will be up against a Bromley side that sit seventh in the table and are unbeaten in October after wins over Dover, Maidstone and Gateshead.
However, the Cards haven’t won at Hayes Lane since their promotion back into the National League, losing 2-1 in both of their visits.
Radio Woking will be providing live updates up from the clash, join Scott Taylor and Andrew Jolly with all the build-up from 2pm.