OXFORD United maybe top of the FA Women’s Super League 2 table, but manager Andy Cook is looking for improvements against Doncaster Rovers Belles at Marsh Lane tomorrow (4pm).

The U’s are looking for their successive win following victories over Sheffield and Watford.

Cook said: “We can do a lot to improve.

“We have had a great start, but it’s another game that we aren’t favourites for as Doncaster are a WSL1 club in every aspect

“We haven’t achieved anything yet. We don’t believe we have played anywhere near our best football yet.”

Demi Lambourne, the U’s keeper and vice-captain said: “We will approach this game the same way as the last two – we can’t take our foot off the pedal.”