STEVE HALLIWELL is guarding against complacency as Gresford Athletic head to rock-bottom Llanfair United tomorrow.

The Clappers Lane outfit secured a first league victory since September last weekend as they defeated Ruthin Town 1-0.

A clash with winless Llanfair appears to be the perfect chance to make it back-to-back league wins for the first time this season, but director of football Halliwell knows his team can’t just turn up at Mount Field and expect all three points to be handed to them.

“We don’t under-estimate anyone,” said Halliwell, who led Gresford to a 2-0 victory over Llanfair in the reverse fixture at The New Saints’ Park Hall in September.

“Our attitude has to be right and it’s important we treat playing against Llanfair like we would if we were up against Prestatyn.

“When we beat them at TNS they were a tough team to break down and only a couple of bits of quality won us the game, so we know how difficult it will be.

“Our mentality is to go and get three points, but they are at the bottom of the table and need points more than anyone, which makes it tough.

“The next couple of games are key for us and we are looking to string some wins together.”

Gresford have boosted their squad with the signing of attacker Danny Holland from Cefn Albion.

The former Rhyl man could make his Gresford debut at Llanfair with Halliwell excited by what his latest signing can bring to the table.

“He brings experience, energy and quality,” said Halliwell, who has also signed ex-Wrexham youth Joe Slawson. “We’ve played against him before when he was at Rhyl and he will be a good asset to us because he is capable of playing out wide or in the number 10 role.”

Jordan MacCarter and Kieran Evans could return from injury for Gresford, who have doubts over the fitness of Joe Culshaw, while number one Ben Jones serves the final game of his suspension with Jon Hill-Dunt set to deputise.

Important points are at stake tonight as Llangefni, a place and a point above Gresford in 13th, entertain Porthmadog, who remain in the relegation zone.