STRIKER Jordan Burrow is understandably pleased by the start he and York City have made to the season - but insists there is no room for complacency.

York top the National League North table with 20 points from eight games and are the only team left unbeaten in the division.

And with 17 goals, the Minstermen are the joint fourth-highest goalscorers across the league. Burrow has contributed four of those goals, including one in Saturday's 3-2 win at Gloucester City.

City's next test (tomorrow night, 7.45pm) are Guiseley, whose 19 goals make them second-highest goalscorers in the league, and the highest in the North tier.

"The main thing is that the team's made a good start this season," he said.

"We've picked up a lot of points so far and we need to keep our standards high and keep improving week on week.

"Some games aren't going to be pretty, we'll have to grind them out and that's what we did on Saturday.

"Hopefully we'll play a bit better on Tuesday, keep winning and remain unbeaten.

"It's always a nice start to the season, scoring goals as a striker.

"It's a team game at the moment. The whole team's pulling in the right direction and to win six and draw two from the first eight games, that's a great start.

"I've got personal targets but you keep them in house as a striker.

"Hopefully if I can get there, the team can get to where it wants to be and needs to be."

The front man also said he is adjusting to his role as part of a two at the top, helped by his attacking compatriots. Alex Kempster is the lively willing runner joining Burrow at the spearhead while wing-backs David Ferguson and Kallum Griffiths are those charged with supplying the crosses.

Each of Burrow's last three goals have come from assists by one of the latter pair. It was Ferguson's inswinging corner Burrow met at the weekend, adding to neat near-post finishes against Leamington and Gateshead, created by Griffiths and Ferguson, respectively.

Burrow said: "It's about getting partnerships and timing right. "As a front man, you need to know when the wideman's going to cross it and you make the run off that.

"At this moment in time, the understanding's good.

"I think the service from out wide has been really good and if they can keep putting balls in the right areas, we've got enough bodies in the box to keep getting goals.

"I haven't played in a two that much, I'm normally the lone front man," he added. "We worked on it a lot in pre-season. You get used to making the different runs and I'm enjoying it.

"Especially for my kind of striker, it's nice to have bodies in and around you. That's been happening so far and we've been reaping the rewards.

"The mood in the dressing room is really good at the moment.

"Winning's a habit and if we can keep that mentality, we'll be alright."

Guiseley sit fourth in the table, four points behind City.

On the Lions, Burrow said: "They're an energetic team, full of legs and we're going to have to match their enthusiasm and endeavour to get a result.

"It's going to be a tough place to go.

"They've started well, but so have we.

"We're a confident bunch. We're looking to go down there and get three points."