Crawley Town's Corey Addai believes they can get a positive result at League Two rivals Stockport County on Saturday.

The Reds were hit for six at Swindon Town last weekend, as Jake Young netted four second-half goals for the hosts in their 6-0 win at the County Ground.

But Addai says Scott Lindsey's men have been working hard to put that disappointment firmly behind them ahead of their trip to Edgeley Park.

"We know that Stockport are going to be a strong team," Addai told the club website.

"They were favourites at the beginning of the season to win the league, so we know it's going to be a tough game.

"But we've really worked hard on the stuff we need to improve on from Swindon.

"I think we've got a great chance of going there and winning the game.

"Me personally, conceding six isn't the one you want as a keeper, but I've come in this week and worked hard with the goalkeeping department.

"I know the boys have been really nailing down what went wrong, have done the video analysis and we drew a line under it and we go again."

Crawley will be looking to avoid a third successive defeat in the league, having started the campaign brightly by taking seven points from a possible nine in their first three matches.

And Addai, 25, feels they have been performing well, adding: "We've played some really good football and it's enjoyable to play.

"When you see the boys in front of you doing that, keeping the ball, keeping it moving, it makes my job easier to start with so I don't have to save as many shots.

"I do enjoy the ball at my feet and playing out is probably one of my biggest strengths.

"The football we've been playing, creating chances, we just need to get three points at the end of the game."

Centre-back Laurence Maguire became the club's 15th summer signing when joining on loan from Chesterfield, until the end of January, this week.

And Addai, who joined on a free transfer last summer, says the mood in the camp is good.

"Everyone that has joined has been top," he said.

"Everyone has been amazing, putting hard work in on the pitch, day in, day out, good lads in the changing room, everyone seems to be proper good people.

"That's the main thing when you're coming into a new club, you want to set a good impression of yourself, what I did last year.

"Coming in, it's a new group of boys, can be difficult, but everyone here now at the moment has been top, a good atmosphere."