Skipper Matty Brown reckons there’s a lot more to come from Town, but has warned his team-mates not to get too carried away by their flying start. report the Halifax Courier.

Halifax are top of the National League having won five of their first seven games. And Brown says Halifax’s preparation on the training pitch is being reflected on matchdays.

“You’d take it before the season started wouldn’t you?” he said of Halifax gaining 15 points from a possible 21.

“I don’t think we could have expected it, but then again, we’ve worked hard since we’ve been back for pre-season. That didn’t go to plan in terms of results. It’s always nice to win whatever game it is, but we didn’t get them, but we knew we were doing the right work Monday to Friday, and I think you’re seeing that in the games.

“First-half I thought we were decent on Monday but second-half I thought we were wasteful in possession, and we looked a bit tired, but that’s to be expected.

“But it’s good to come away with three points when you’re not at your best.

“We’re only going to get better and get to know each other’s games more. Partnerships are starting to build now and it’s good to have some momentum.”

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