Hot-shot Jordan Burrow is warning against complacency at National North leaders York City.
The striker, pictured, issued his wake-up call ahead of his side’s Tuesday night clash at fourth-placed Guiseley despite the unbeaten Minstermen sitting on top of the table with 20 points from eight games.
York City are also the joint fourth-highest goalscorers across the league with 17 with Burrow contributing four, including one in Saturday’s 3-2 win at Gloucester City.
“Some games aren’t going to be pretty, we’ll have to grind them out and that’s what we did on Saturday. Hopefully we’ll play a bit better on Tuesday, keep winning and remain unbeaten.
“It’s always a nice start to the season, scoring goals as a striker. It’s a team game at the moment. The whole team’s pulling in the right direction and to win six and draw two from the first eight games, that’s a great start.
“I’ve got personal targets but you keep them in house as a striker. Hopefully if I can get there, the team can get to where it wants to be and needs to be.
“The mood in the dressing room is really good at the moment. Winning’s a habit and if we can keep that mentality, we’ll be alright.”
Looking ahead to Tuesday’s trip, he added: “They’re an energetic team, full of legs and we’re going to have to match their enthusiasm and endeavour to get a result.
“It’s going to be a tough place to go. They’ve started well, but so have we. We’re a confident bunch. We’re looking to go down there and get three points.”
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