Crawley head coach John Yems has urged fans not to get carried away with the idea of promotion.

The Reds are unbeaten in their last four league games, winning three and drawing one.

In the process they have only conceded one goal.

That form has seen them move five points of the play-off places, with a game in hand over seventh place Morecambe.

However, Yems has insisted that there are still plenty of points to play this season.

He said: "If I hear anymore people talking about going up, I'm not saying we won't and I'm not saying we are not trying to.

"But let's be realistic we have still got another 12 games to go, there is relegation places to avoid and promotion places to grab for quite a lot of teams.

"Yes we are in the mix for it, and yes we are enjoying it, but let's not carried away with ourselves, let everyone else get carried away and we will just keep doing what we are doing."

Crawley are back in action this afternoon as they travel to strugglers Barrow.

They sit 17th in the table and are just five points clear of the relegation zone.

However, Barrow have been in good form recently.

They have won their last three games and kept three clean sheets in a row.

That impressive run of results continued on Tuesday as they won away at leaders Cheltenham.