Tigers boss Mark Shaw says his side must continue to believe in themselves.
Worksp have had a slow start to the season, but have won their last two fixtures to leave them 10th in the NCEL Premier Division table.
And, after Wednesday night’s 3-1 win over Liversedge, Shaw now hopes his side can build on recent momentum.
“Hopefully a bit more confident, it’s important the players continue to believe in themselves,” he said.
“They’ve been very low, it’s been a very hard job getting those players to believe they are capable of playing to get back on board with what we want to do as a club.
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“It’s a hard job, it sounds daft but it’s a 20 hour job at time, keeping on top of them with texts, at training, keeping the morale going all the time.
“It’s been the hardest year for me just to keep that group of people happy and going.
“They’re not getting that feelgood feeling at the moment.”