Corby Town have no injury worries ahead of their Calor League Premier Division clash with AFC Totton at Steel Park.
The Steelmen came through Tuesday night’s fixture at St Neots - which they won 3-0 - unscathed with joint-manager Tommy Wright admitting that he is faced with “good selection dilemmas.”
He said: “Fortunately for us we’ve got no injury worries and hopefully that will continue.
“As managers these are the kind of problems that you don’t mind having and we’re talking about what the team should be rather than it picking itself.”
That consistency in selection has enabled the Steelmen to record a couple of impressive results on the road in the past week and Wright wants it to lead to consistency in performance.
He continued: “It’s all about focus for us, focus on what we’re trying to do and focusing on each game as it comes.
“Our form at home has been really good and it’s a bit of a fortress but we can;t take that for granted and we need to concentrate on what we’re doing tomorrow.”
The hosts will welcome a Totton side who have managed to pick up a paltry seven points from their 12 games so far but Wright isn’t taking too much out of that.
He said: “They’re fighting for their lives so we’ll give them the respect they deserve.
“Stan (Andrew Wilson, joint-manager) has analysed them and so have I so we know what they’ll be about and we’ll be ready for that.”
Meanwhile, Wilson admitted St Ives’ midfielder Jared Cunniff wouldn’t be moving to Steel Park and said that he was happy with the squad at his disposal.
He added: “Nobody should expect much change in the squad we’ve got here.
“We’ve got enough in midfield and up front, especially with Tom Berwick committing himself to the club, so there’s no need to add to that at the minute.”