Workington Reds boss Danny Grainger has virtually a fully-fit squad to choose from ahead of his side's trip to Mossley this afternoon (3pm kickoff).

The league leaders have opened the season with a hectic period and a quick turnaround between games but the squad has held up to the challenge and, with Grainger hopeful that a number of players could come back into contention today after recovering from knocks, he is happy with his options.

"We have no fresh injury concerns and hopefully a couple coming back into the squad," he said.

"When you're going through a period like we are, playing lots of games and going quite well, it's nice to keep the momentum going and that's helped by the continuity from having the same squad, although we have made a few changes for games to freshen things up."

Another aspect of the early stages of the season which has pleased the Reds boss has been the goals from all over the pitch.

Defenders Gari Rowntree and Sam Smith have both scored in the last two games and Grainger – who scored plenty himself as a player from left-back – believes contributions from his defence and midfield can make a difference for the side over the season.

"We know our strikers will score and if you can add another 20 to 30 goals from all over the pitch, all of a sudden you're thinking you've got a really good chance of doing something."