ON-LOAN Swindon Town defender Luke Woolfenden has warned his side against complacency ahead of Sunday’s FA Cup second-round tie against National League South outfit Woking.

The Cardinals won four of their five games in November while qualifying for the first round of the FA Trophy and present Town with a non-league challenge that they have regularly slipped up on in previous seasons.

Woking have already amassed £100,000 in prize money from this season’s FA Cup and will be looking to add another £50,000 to their coffers by knocking out Town on Sunday,

But Woolfenden is confident Swindon can progress if they continue the form they showed on Tuesday night against Stevenage.

He said: “We have to approach it the same as any other game really. When you don’t, that’s when the upsets happen.

“If we approach it the same as every other game, we should be alright and get into the next round.

“It is exciting (for Woking), especially playing at a lower league club because you have a chance to cause an upset. It’s a big cup.

“It’s probably an easier game for them because they’ve got no pressure on them. They can go out there and enjoy it. If they win, then great, if they lose, they were expected to, so it doesn’t really matter.”

Woolfenden has performed consistently well throughout the change of managers and despite being switched between centre-back and right-back so far this term, the 20-year-old just wants to continue his footballing education under new boss Richie Wellens.

He said: “Since the new manager has come in, we’ve played some good football, we’ve created a lot of chances and we’ve defended better.

“I’d rather play centre-back than anywhere else but at the same time, I’d rather play than not play so if I have to play right-back, I will.

“Playing week in-week out at a good standard of football was what I needed really so that was the main reason for me to move here.

“I knew Swindon were interested at the start of the summer, but I played pretty much every minute of pre-season at Ipswich, so I thought I’d be staying there.

“I got a text saying, ‘do you want to come down to Swindon?’ and I said, ‘if I’m going to play then yeah’.

“I’m at the age where I just want to play football. I came down the day after and have been enjoying it ever since."