Scott Lindsey says he might have to calm his Crawley side down before they go to Wrexham.

Reds scored a stunning 4-1 win at high-flying Mansfield to strengthen their hold on the final League Two play-off place.

They made it four away wins in a row with 13 goals scored as Kellan Gordon, Nick Tsaroulla, Danilo Oris and Klaidi Lolos struck before Hiram Boateng replied.

Reds boss Lindsey said: “I thought we scored some really good goals and I’m clearly delighted.

“I can’t ask for too much more with a result like this at Mansfield, who are a really good side.

“That’s the quietest I’ve ever known Mansfield fans. They are usually really noisy, and I could hear our fans over them pretty much from the start of the game, right to the end.

“I know we were 2-0 up but I wasn’t happy with our first half performance. I made that really clear to them.

“I felt we turned the ball over a lot and we’re not usually like that. We are usually more secure with the ball.

“Second half I thought we were outstanding and managed things much better.

“The players have been outstanding and they were outstanding again today with the effort they put in.

“Confidence is really high. If anything I’ve got to cool them off a little bit. We can’t wait to get to Wrexham on Tuesday now.”