SELBY Town are showing what they are about, said manager Christian Fox ahead of tomorrow's Northern Counties East League clash with Worsbrough Bridge Athletic.

Seventh-placed in division one, the Robins are hoping to make February their month after winning two consecutive fixtures for the first time since late November - a run that saw Selby notch just one win in 11.

Tomorrow's visitors Worsbrough have won almost twice as many games on the road as at home, and come into the game off the back of a 6-0 defeat to Winterton Rangers.

Fox said: "We're hoping we can bounce back and make February our month.

"Saturday against Rossington was the best we've played all season. We have been trying to impose ourselves and our philosophy, so to play how we want to play was pleasing to see.

"The last two performances are what we're about - eight goals in two games. We want to play entertaining football, go forward and score goals.

"But it's only two games. We're not going to get carried away.

"Worsbrough are looking to bounce back from a heavy defeat so it's not going to be an easy game, but we expect that against every team at our level."

Selby's second win this month was a 3-1 League Cup victory over Skegness, which will send Selby into a fourth-round tie at premier division outfit Eccleshill United and one win away from the quarter-finals.

Fox said: "We're the underdogs because we're in the league below but we beat Eccleshill twice last season so we'll go in confident and see where we get to.

"It's a competition we could do well in and we've got every chance."

The Selby squad is "more or less" up to full strength, barring Ryan Gothard (knee) who is likely to be out until the end of the season.

In the premier division, Knaresborough Town host Thackley and Harrogate Railway Athletic welcome Hemsworth.

Evo-Stik League east division play-off hopefuls Tadcaster Albion visit Loughborough while Scarborough Athletic visit premier division play-off rivals Nantwich.

Harrogate Town welcome Ebbsfleet in the National League.