TOMMY Miller has had a strong start in the hotseat as Spennymoor Town manager but admits it doesn't give you much time to look passed the next game.

Moors have won four of their six National League North games this season and are through to the third qulifying round to the FA Cup after their midweek win over AFC Fylde. 

Miller is taking charge of his first full season as the Moors boss after the last campaign was declared null and void due to the Covid-19 pandemic.

The start to the season has been thick and fast for the National League North side which is something Miller has had to adjust to from a management perspective. 

But the way he gets around it is turning his attentio to the upcoming game. 

“I don't think you ever feel right at home. You just think and concentrate on the next game" Miller said. 

“I’ll enjoy tonight (AFC Fylde) because it was a big win. To get into the next round, we knew we were at home in the next round. It’s going to be a very tough game, there’s no doubt about it.

“Southport will come here and cause us problems. They’ve already played here this season so we know what to expect.

“Obviously we’ve got Kettering Saturday so then we’ll look at that and then Southport the week after."

Moors didn't make any substitutions during their cup win in midweek which is a testament to the squad's fitness given the replay was played just days before. 

However, injuries and suspensions may well play their part over the course of the season and Miller is aware that he may need to strengthen the squad over the months to come. 

Miller added: “We lost one on Saturday with John Lufudu. He got injured so we hope he’s not going to be too long.

“I was at a game on Monday and I’ve been on the phone to a few people but as I keep saying it’s got to be the right player.

“I’m not getting anyone for the sake of getting somebody in. If someone comes along that I think can improve the team and improve the squad then I’ll look to do it but it’s got to be the right one."