YOU just can't take anything for granted in Cymru North this season.

That's the message from Buckley Town boss Dan Moore ahead of the return to league action this evening at home to Llanrhaeadr.

Buckley are flying high in fourth spot, while winless Llanrhaeadr are rooted to the foot of the standings.

However, this means nothing to Moore, who told the club's Twitter page: "I always say this to the players, it doesn't matter where we are in the league or where any opponent is in the league.

"I think in this division if you're not ready for the game, prepared 100 per cent, then you've always got a high chance of certainly not winning the game, probably losing the game.

"So their league position doesn't really mean anything to us and neither does ours going into the game on Friday.

"We've got to make sure we're 100 per cent at it, otherwise we will probably struggle to pick up the win.

"It's been a good couple of weeks in terms of training, a good result against Holyhead a couple of weeks ago.

"We will train on Thursday and hopefully be ready for it, no matter what they bring or what team they have available.

"We have to play well to make sure we win the game."

A ninth victory of the season could move Buckley to within three points of the top-three.