GUISELEY must turn draws into wins if they are to start climbing the Vanarama National League North table, according to joint-manager Russ O'Neill.

The Lions recorded their 12th draw of the league season (the most in the division) when they were held 1-1 by Hereford at Nethermoor on Tuesday night. Guiseley's Kayode Odejayi grabbed his side's goal. This followed a disappointing 3-0 defeat at leaders Chorley three days before.

The Hereford draw saw Guiseley go to 17th place in the table after 26 games and they search for their seventh victory of the campaign when they host 12th-placed Boston United on Saturday.

O'Neill said: "We are just drawing all of the time. That's 12 draws we've got now and six wins all season. It's just about getting that consistency and turning those one points into three and putting the ball in the back of the net.

"The games are really fine margins. It is a confident thing, we have just got to keep on going.

"We are not scoring enough goals. We've got to try and score more goals when we are on top.

"Boston will be another tough game, we are at home. Every game is tough in this league and we have to take each one on its merits.

"It is another opportunity for us to try and get three points. We were disappointed to only get one point on Tuesday night. We are looking forward to Saturday's game.

"Boston are more than capable of coming to our place and winning, and we are more than capable of beating them."

O'Neill added he was frustrated to draw with Hereford as his side surrendered the lead.

He said: "Coming in at half-time 1-0 up, we wanted to kick on. We conceded a goal early in the second-half, as we did against Chorley, and it put us on the backfoot.

"Chorley were a really good side and Hereford's equaliser derailed us.

"Kayode is in a rich vein of form, that's seven starts and six goals for him now. It was a good finish from him too.

"We have also had an horrendous run of injuries all season."

O'Neill said his squad will be assessed for any injuries picked up against Hereford, including Josh Langley who went off with fatigue due to a lack of match action over recent weeks.

Kaine Felix and Cliff Moyo also made it through the midweek clash after both returned from injury.

Meanwhile, Guiseley's trip to Telford United has been rearranged.

They will travel to the New Bucks Head on Tuesday, February 12 (kick-off 7.45pm).