Badshot Lea co-manager Gavin Smith is looking for improvements from his side, despite picking up two more wins to keep their promotion push on course.

The Baggies won 3-0 at Redhill on Tuesday night in the Combined Counties Premier Division South.

Dean Rule, Tane Caubo and Connagh Wilks scored the goals.

The Redhill victory backed up Saturday’s emphatic 5-1 victory at home to bottom side Frimley Green.

However, Smith was disappointed with his side’s second-half performance during their win against Frimley Green.

The Baggies led 4-0 at half-time thanks to goals from Mal Thomas (2), Danilo Cadete and a stunning free kick from Harrison Livingstone. Mack Vary pulled a goal back for the visitors after the break, before Dean Rule made it 5-1.

But Smith wasn’t happy with the second-half display.

“We’re definitely disappointed with the second half,” he said. “I thought they improved – I think their management will be pleased with their second-half performance.

“At 4-0 up sometimes it happens that you come in and you relax a little bit – and we were disappointed with our second-half performance.

“I’ve been there as a player. You have to keep doing the right things, because if you don’t, that’s when it goes wrong. I thought our final third play was poor in the second half, and when we gave the ball away we didn’t run back and there was nothing in the middle of the pitch. That was disappointing.

“We obviously drew the half 1-1 and conceded a goal, which I didn’t want to do.

“I think we’re good enough to keep clean sheets, and the goal from our point of view was way too easy.

“That’s the disappointing thing, but it’s another three points and another game further along, and we would have taken that before the game.

“We’re just disappointed with how it ended – we looked ragged at times in the second half – so there’s lots to work on, but the most important thing is the win.

“We were missing people, but we picked a team which we thought would win the game, and in the first half we looked good. Having three or four important players missing, and still dominating the game and winning, is good.

“Without being disrespectful, you want to be able to mix it up a little bit and get people in who need minutes.

“Harrison’s done well coming off the bench and it was a good game for him to get involved with.

“There were some good goals, so we’re pleased with that, but we’ve won 5-1 and we’re disappointed, which is stupid.

“You’re not going to win games like that every week, but when you’re four up at half-time you think we could get more.

“You never want to accept that it’s perfect – you’re never going to get perfect – but we’ve got to look to improve all the time, performance-wise.

“Results-wise we’re getting three points, but we’ve got to be looking to be better every week and improve.”

Next up for the Baggies is a home game against a struggling Camberley Town side in the Combined Counties Premier Division South on Saturday (3pm).

Smith’s side lost the reverse fixture 2-0 earlier this season.

“We owe Camberley one from losing there,” he said.

“It’s always a difficult game against Camberley – they’re young and energetic.”