Morecambe boss Jim Bentley says there will be no complacency as his side look for a third successive win when they travel to bottom club Notts County this weekend.
After two successive wins, and four victories from the last six games, confidence is high for the trip to the league’s bottom club but Bentley says his side are fully aware of the importance of this game.
He said: “We can’t disrespect anyone because the club we’re playing are where they are.
“No club disrespects us because we’re the smallest club; I know when I do my research that managers always pay us the respect we deserve.
“Notts County, I’m sure, are thinking they can’t afford to lose.
“They have to try and take something from it because they are in a worse position than us.
“We will certainly go into the game looking for the three points but we will have to guard against a crowd who might get behind them or, if we do get an early goal, go against them.
“We will do what we can to get something from the game and, hopefully, keep us moving along the right track.”
He added: “Notts County are a big club and, for whatever reason, they are down there.
“Coming off the back of the play-offs, it shows you how mad it is.
“You look at their squad and it’s a fantastic squad. Are they in a false position? We don’t know.
“We can’t do anything about what’s gone on there – it’s up to us to keep doing what we do and pull ourselves away from them.”