CHESTER CITY assistant manager Graham Barrow last night spoke about the club's impressive spoke new Coca-Cola League Two campaign, but is refusing to get carried away.
"The wins in their opening couple of games of the new campaign, but assistant manager Graham Barrow says the club are keeping their feet firmly on the ground.
"The wins against Accrington and Bury were extremely encouraging, but there is still a long way to go and I'm sure a lot of twists and turns along the way. Whilst we are naturally pleased with the way the players are performing I've been in this game too long to get too carried away.
"We still believe there is a good percentage of improvement left in us."
Barrow added: "On reflection, maybe it wasn't such a bad thing to play tough opposition in pre-season, because the players now look more than comfortable. Our sharpness is coming and our midfield in particular has been fantastic.
"Thanks to the backing from the chairman, and the gaffer, we've got a great squad together that has loads of potential."
City are next in action on Saturday when they visit newly-promoted Hereford United. Meanwhile, tickets for the forthcoming derby against Wrexham are on sale for City supporters at the Deva Stadium today and tomorrow. The club offices will be open between 10am and 7pm today and 10am and 4pm tomorrow.
The match will be played at the Deva on Sunday August 20 (kick-off 12 noon).