ACCRINGTON boss John Coleman has warned his side they still have it all to do in tomorrow's FA Cup first-round replay against Guiseley.

A second-round trip to Mansfield is still up for grabs after Stanley were held to goalless draw at Nethermoor and, despite now having home advantage, Coleman is taking nothing for granted.

Coleman said: "We will be favourites and some people may think it's a foregone conclusion and that they had their chance at home. But it doesn't happen like that – I know that.

"We have to be better than we were at Guiseley but there is no guarantee we will be and we have to strive to be better and play our game.

"Guiseley didn't surprise us at their place. They were big and strong, they worked hard and it was a difficult game."

Guiseley owner Steve Parkin outlined ambitious plans to reach the Football League within three to five years in an open letter in September when appointing Paul Cox as manager.

The experienced Cox has extra incentive to pull off an upset and reach the second round having spent over three-and-a-half years in charge of Mansfield, who he led to promotion to the Football League in 2013.

Coleman said: "People may think Guiseley have a bigger carrot as their manager used to be at Mansfield. But my drive is to win any game we play."

Accrington are currently second in the Sky Bet League Two table – 43 places higher in the football pyramid than Guiseley, who sit 20th in the National League.