JIM Vince wants Witton to sharpen up as they face two consecutive home games, against Lincoln United on Saturday and Marine on Tuesday.
He made his home bow as caretaker-manager against Telford on Saturday and was a qualified success.
While he agrees the team was entertaining enough he was disappointed they did not finish Telford United off in the first half.
Missed chances and good saves meant a replay last night of an FA Trophy tie Albion clearly dominated.
He said: 'Our movement up to the last third was good, but the final element was missing - that little bit of composure would have made the difference. But we got into some great positions and I am not being critical of the players.'
Vince started the game without a recognised centre half - Brian Pritchard and Tom Spearitt being suspended and Gary Pinch recovering from appendicitis. He will be out for a further month.
But Pritchard and Spearitt will be installed in the back like to replace veteran Simon Hughes - 40 on Monday - and novice Andy Parkinson, who had never played centre back before.
Andy Hurst, a striker signed from Mid Cheshire Leaguers Styal and midfielder Mark Jones, from Middlewich, both made debuts as substitutes.
Vince said: 'Andy scored 40 goals last season and I have kept track of him, while Mark comes highly recommended by Terry Murphy. The aim is to develop them over time.
'At the same time we have to try and turn Wincham Park into a place where teams realise they will have a heck of a game on their hands, starting with the next two matches.'
Ben Jones (knee) is sidelined so Griff Jones will continue up front.
Vince is soon to appoint a coach well known to Witton fans as assistant.