Manager Dave Challinor described Saturday’s victory over Stalybridge Celtic as the ‘most complete performance of the season’.

The Coasters eased to a 5-0 win thanks to goals from Matty Hughes, Dion Charles, Danny Rowe (2) and Danny Lloyd and Challinor was delighted his side’s display.

“I think that was probably our most complete performance of the season. I thought we started the game fantastically well and should have been more than one goal up early on.

“They had a bit of a spell after our goal when we stopped winning first balls and they put us under some pressure, especially from set-pieces. They could have got back in the game so the second goal was important.

“We asked the lads at half time to up the tempo and go and get that third goal and they did just that. That really knocked the stuffing out of them and we were fairly comfortable after that. I thought we played fantastically well.

“Everybody is playing well at the moment and it’s a great problem to have. We have five forwards playing for three places at the moment and they are all doing well. I don’t think we will have someone who scores 30 goals this season as we are spreading the goals throughout the team.

“We will have some difficult decisions to make, but ultimately the players will make those decisions for us. If they play well, they will keep their place in the team.

“Now we can look forward to the FA Cup match with Millwall. It is a great chance to show people what we can do. We are going to enjoy the occasion, but it’s never nice to lose a game whatever the situation so we are going there looking to get a result.”