Ronnie McFall has warned his side of complacency ahead of Tuesday’s NIFL League Cup clash with Lisburn Distillery.
McFall was critical of his team following Saturday’s Premiership draw with Warrenpoint Town.
The Ports are massive favourites to dispose of Championship underdogs Distillery at Shamrock Park, but McFall is taking nothing for granted.
“Saturday proved you have to be up for every game,” he said.
“You can’t afford to play for 45 minutes – you need to perform for the full 90.
“The League Cup is a competition we want to win. You want to win every match and Tuesday night is no different.”
Meanwhile, Crusaders – last season’s beaten finalists – host Coleraine in one of the ties of the round.
Both teams are coming off the back of victories at the weekend.
“The League Cup is a big competition, and one we want to win,” Crues boss Stephen Baxter said.
“We won it two years ago and reached last year’s final, so we would love to get there again.”
Elsewhere, Cliftonville will look to boost their season with victory over Dundela at Solitude, while Dungannon Swifts host Ards in another all-Premiership affair.
Also Institute travel to Glenavon while Ballymena United and Ballinamallard renew rivalries four days after their Premiership clash – this time at the Showgrounds.