DANNY Forrest says he is not getting carried away by his Silsden's side's upturn in fortunes which has seen them secure back-to-back wins.

The Cobbydalers moved up to 10th in the Hallmark Security League Premier Division following a 4-3 victory at Squires Gate on Saturday.

This followed up a 2-1 win over leaders City of Liverpool in their previous game two weeks earlier.

Now Silsden hope to make it a hat-trick of victories when they host 14-placed Litherland REMYCA on Saturday.

Forrest is happy his side are on the winning trail but admits there is still room for improvement in his side's progress, as Silsden had crashed to three-successive league defeats before the Liverpool win.

He said: "We have won back-to-back games for the first time since September now.

"We need to get that momentum going. I can feel the pride come back and there is a bit of steel. I hope we can take it on. You feel the pride has come back in training.

"Litherland is a tough game for us. We have played them a lot over the last few years. We won there in the back end of December. But our home record has not been great since the turn of the year.

"Over the last 15 or 16 months we have won a lot of football matches and then we have lost a few and felt a bit of pressure.

"I thought we had turned the corner a couple of times this season already, so I will see what happens in the next couple of games. It is good to see progression in that way.

"With the league being tight at the moment, we can move up.

"We dropped some silly points in our poor run, so we could have been right up there.

"It would be nice to see if we could string a few results together and then realistically climb up the table."

Forrest added he was happy to see the Cobbydalers come out on top against Squires Gate.

He said: "It was a bit of a rollercoaster game, so I was happy to come out on top.

"I felt it was deserved really, justice was done. We played really well.

"Squires Gate never really hurt us or cut us open. We were the masters of our own downfall for their goals. There is room for improvement definitely."