The National League South is not a two-horse race, at least not yet, says Torquay United manager Gary Johnson.

And the Gulls’ boss also insists that he will not be drawn into any ‘mind games’ with second-placed Woking.

“Everyone has got an ulterior motive for saying things, me included. Woking can say what they like,” said Johnson.

“The least you say the better. You need to let your team do the talking.”

United (66pts) currently lead Woking (65) by one point with eleven games to go, with the chasing pack, led by Billericay Town, seven points and further away.

“It would be dangerous to think that it’s a two-horse race,” stressed Johnson.

“For a start, ourselves and Woking still have to play these teams.  Second, they all feel they’ve got a chance and, while they feel positive, you have to be wary of them.”

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