NEIL Young has so far refused to set a points target for his title-chasing Chester FC team - but that may change if they can win at Curzon Ashton tonight (7.45pm).

Victory for the table-toppers at the Tameside Stadium would leave them nine points clear of a second-placed Skelmersdale United side with two games in hand.

Blues boss Young said: "I know you’ll probably want me to say I want five wins from five but there’s no target set.

"When we beat Skem at their place some people - not us - were probably setting targets, but you can never judge what is going to happen in football, and the run Skem have been on is proof of that.

"We’ve just got to concentrate on Curzon. It’s a big game that has come very quickly upon us, but if we can get the three points then we can begin to look at home many points we’ll need."

A full match report will be on tonight.