YORK City have "a lot to think about" with their attacking options, believes Micky Cummins, ahead of Saturday's FA Trophy tie with Altrincham.

The assistant manager has praised striker Macaulay Langstaff and midfielder Elliott Durrell following their involvement in Tuesday's 5-0 win over Pickering Town.

Langstaff - who also featured as a second-half substitute at Curzon Ashton - played a starring role, scoring two of the goals. On from the start for both Saturday and in midweek, Durrell was a lively midfield presence.

Asked if Langstaff had given Cummins and boss Steve Watson something more to consider up front, Cummins said: “We’re always thinking about Macaulay as he’s someone who scores regularly in training.

“He’s a threat. He had a good half-hour spell when he came on against Curzon.

“It’s nice to have the option.

“Duzza played and did pretty well the other night.

“In terms of attacking options, we’ve got a lot to think about and look at.”

Should this third qualifying round game be level after extra time, it will go to a penalty shoot-out, as agreed by the clubs, who want to avoid a midweek replay with both facing long away journeys the following week.

Speaking on Thursday, Cummins said: “We haven’t as of yet (practised penalties).

“We’ll probably implement it into a little game tomorrow.

“The lads stay back and do their own bits and pieces - supervised by myself and the gaffer - their free kicks and penalties. They’re conscious of what could possibly happen."

York have lowered ticket prices for the cup match. Adults are £10 and concessions £5.