ASHLEY Smith has warned Windsor against complacency ahead of two tough league and cup matches at Stag Meadow this week.

Windsor are on a high after beating Hamble Club 2-0 in the FA Vase fifth round on Saturday, but have a tough run of fixtures before the quarter-final at Stockton Town on February 24.

Hellenic Premier Division leaders Highworth Town are the visitors to Stag Meadow this Saturday (3pm), before Windsor host MK Dons in the quarter-finals of the Berks & Bucks Senior Cup next Wednesday (7.45pm).

Windsor player-coach Smith told the Observer: “With the run-up going into the Stockton game, you want to make sure that you’re playing in games that are going to test us.

“We can’t be complacent because we have got a week where, if we turn up and think we’ve done something that we have not, we could quite easily be facing three defeats.

“We’ve got the two league leaders and a professional club in the cup. We will have to be at our best in all three of those games.

“It will give people an opportunity and those that played against Binfield might have the chance to keep their shirt.

“The cup match will be great because it’s another good occasion. It will be a tough test because MK Dons should be far superior, certainly with the football.

“What we should have is experience and hopefully a little more game-understanding and knowledge at this level, so we hope that we can match them but it’s certainly going to be a test.”

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