York City manager Steve Watson has insisted there is no need to hit the “panic button” ahead of Saturday’s visit of Alfreton Town.
The Minstermen have lost three of their last four games – one league fixture, one FA Cup and one FA Trophy.
But York are still sitting pretty in the National League North, in second place and with a game in hand over King’s Lynn Town, who lead the way by two points.
Win that and they are back on top.
Moreover, Watson believes there is more to come from York, who he reckons have yet to see the best of a few players.
Watson said: “I don’t doubt that we’ve got a lot to do to win this but I’ve said before that we’re not going to win the league in November. We’re just over a third through the season. There’s a lot of work to be done and a lot of hard games to be going through in the Christmas spell.”