WITTON Albion boss Jim Vince is wary of Saturday's FA Trophy 1st round trip to Woodley Sports.
The Stockport side are 11th in the UniBond First Division but have beaten Marine 6-1 and Conference North Moor Green 3-0 this season.
'Any side who can score goals like that against quality teams means we should be wary,' said Vince.
Woodley play on an artificial surface, which Vince believes will suit Albion's style of play and with a squad coming up to full strength he is confident of victory.
'I want it done and dusted,' he said, though should a replay be necessary it will be at Wincham on Tuesday.
Steve Connors is suspended, which means Alex Brown and Rob Lloyd will form the midfield pairing.
Witton were without eight squad-men for last night's visit of Winsford in the Mid Cheshire Senior Cup but midfielders Liam McGuire and Mark Jones were set to make comebacks after long lay-offs.
Albion's 12-game unbeaten run ended at Frickley last week.
'We arrived late and let in two early goals,' said Vince. 'After that they only wanted to boot the ball 60 yards. It was disappointing to lose to such a team. I can't wait for the return. We showed we would not be bullied, but while you are standing up for yourselves, you are not doing what you should be doing and that's playing good football.
'It was important we bounced back with a victory at Ossett.'