GUISELEY boss Paul Cox continues to see positive signs of progress as his club gear up for another big week.

The Lions return to the bread and butter of the Vanarama National League tomorrow as they welcome seventh-placed Bromley to Nethermoor following their FA Cup stalemate with Accrington.

Stanley will return to their focus after the weekend as they bid to pull off a shock in the replay at the Wham Stadium on Tuesday (7.45pm).

The tie has taken on extra significance for Cox as the prize for the winners is a trip to his old club Mansfield, with whom he earned promotion to the Football League in 2013.

That same season he took the Stags to the third round of the FA Cup, when they gave mighty Liverpool a scare before losing 2-1 at home.

Vital points are the immediate priority for Guiseley, who are seeking to extend a four-game unbeaten run in the league which has seen them climb out of the bottom four.

In that period the club have gone full-time and the benefit is already being seen.

Cox said: "My remit this year is to build this football club and keep us in this league. The way people perceive us and we perceive ourselves is a lot different to what it has been.

"It's exciting. We're getting better at things. There wasn't a gulf in terms of our structure, shape and organisation that there probably would have been ten or 11 weeks ago.

"We're playing an offensive formation – two wingers, two centre forwards – and we try and put the ball in the box and score goals."

Meanwhile, the club's Academy team enjoyed an amazing 15-0 win at home to Harrogate Town's youth side in midweek, more signs of progress within the Nethermoor ranks.