Workington Reds would love to see manager Lee Andrews finish on a high, after he announced his intention to stand down at the end of the season said assistant Steven Rudd.

Reds face a busy Easter weekend travelling to Buxton tomorrow before hosting Lancaster City on Monday.

But despite their relegation from the Northern Premier League already being confirmed, Rudd said they still had plenty to play for in the final three games of the season, with their final game being at Scarborough Athletic the following Saturday.

“We just want to finish as strongly as possible, two of the teams we face still have something to play for with Buxton and Scarborough still up there.

“And there is local pride at stake against Lancaster and we want to do the double over them.

“Plus a lot of the lads have been at the club for a long time with Lee so they would love him to go out with some positive results.

“It has been a hard year but he has tried to see it through and be as positive as he can be but the results just haven’t gone for us.

“Hopefully we can finish on a high.”

Reds last met Buxton back in August when a Sam Joel goal handed them a late equaliser to finish the game at 1-1 at Borough Park.

But this is a tough away tie, with their hosts sitting on the verge of the play-offs and needing the victory.