Workington Town boss Leon Pryce said he was happy to make it two from two in the opening weeks of the League One season but admitted there was a still a lot to work on, despite sitting on top of the table.

Town beat North Wales Crusaders 48-18 in front of a 901-strong crowd at Derwent Park but they were off the boil at times and Pryce said they would have to pick the pace back up ahead of their trip to Doncaster next weekend.

But Town are on top, ahead of Coventry Bears on points difference after the opening two games - a great start to the season.

“I was happy to get the win,” said Pryce. “And I thought we played in patches. We started well but we dropped off and played the opening part of the second half a bit sloppy but then we finished really well.

“We have two wins from two and this is still early in the season and there is lots and lots to work on.

“The boys know that we weren’t quite where we need to be but I don’t think any team is at this time of the season.

“I think there are things I need to take on board maybe for training this week and we need to be a lot better next week against Doncaster or we will be beaten if we play to that standard but at the same time we are happy with the win.”

But Pryce said they would go to Doncaster with confidence next weekend to try and keep their unbeaten run going.

“I don’t want to be negative after a win,” he added. “We’ve still won this game by 30 points and we put some nice tries on the board.

“Once our half backs started playing a little bit squarer and Jamie Doran started taking the line on, we looked far more dangerous.

“We are happy with two from two and we go to Doncaster next week with every confidence.”