Daisy Hill will be looking to end their recent run of defeats when they host Steeton at the Plumb Factory Stadium in the North West Counties League First Division North tomorrow.

Both sides go into the game having started the season well, but in recent weeks both have had runs of poor results, and will see this weekend’s game as a chance to kickstart their season again.

Daisy manager Lee Hill believes if his side continues to maintain the level of performances seen in the last few games, their luck will turn.

“There are a lot of factors involved in the recent run of results but we are confident that it will change,” said Hill.

“The lads are doing the right things, they are working hard in training, and the coaching is all about working on the things are not quite crossing over into games.

“There are so many positives to take from the games we have played in recently. Sometimes it’s easier if you have been absolutely rolled over, you can accept that and say we need to make changes.

“But that is not the case in recent weeks, and that’s what is most frustrating, I can’t really put my finger on why we can’t get results at the moment.

“We have watched Steeton a couple of times recently and know a bit about them and they are like us, not in a great place and looking to turn their season around.

“So they will be hungry and motivated, but at the same time it’s a great opportunity for us to get something from the game and turn our season around too.

“It will come down to whoever wants it a bit more and shows the desire to go and win a game of football.

“Ryan Talbot is back after missing a couple of weeks, and with our leading scorer partnering Jamie Ramwell up front, hopefully that will lift the team a bit.

“We have a lot of creative players, the balance of the squad is good, with flair players and goalscorers, and I think once it all comes together it will go with a bit of a bang.”