CHORLEY FC boss Matt Jansen wants his players to give their all as they strive to for play-off success.

The Magpies take on Stockport County tonight (Wednesday) and they will be hoping for victory after it was honours-even on both occasions the two sides have met.

Speaking after their 1-0 victory against Alfreton Town, Jansen was wanting more from his team in the play-offs.

He said: “I expect a 100 per cent performance from my team, if that is good enough then that is good enough.

“I think it will be good enough because we are a fantastic team and if we apply ourselves like we have done all season then we will give anybody a game.

“Play-offs are really about who turns up on the day and if we are at it then we should give Stockport a run for their money.”

Jansen called on Magpies fans to get behind the team and cheer them on.

He said: “We’ve been given 1,5000 tickets for the match.

“They are going to try and sell it out, but if all of you come, our 1,500 will be stronger and will drive us forward.

Jansen was frustrated after his side’s first-half display against Alfreton.

He said: “I am angry after the first-half performance and I gave them a bit of a rocket at half-time.

“I thought we were flat and not like we have been all season - aggressive, first to the ball, in their faces - and I thought it was like a pre-season friendly and we were not on our game.

“We proved we can turn it on when we want to.

“We came out for the second half and we were fantastic and it was like we had played most of the season.

“If you are winners then they had to show it in the second half and they did that.

“It shows how strong we are and we go into the game against Stockport full of confidence and hopefully it will be the same and get a result.”

Jansen praised the efforts of players who have been in and out of the team this season.

He said: “Jason Walker was brilliant. You want that (players coming in and doing a job), Josh Wilson has been out of action and we wanted to give players minutes on the pitch to be fit for the play-offs.

“It was a great finish by Jason Walker. Everyone stood up to the plate.”

The Magpies held their Player of the Year awards on Saturday night.

Andrew Teague was named Player of the Year, Adam Blakeman was Player’s Player of the Year and the top goal-scorer was Marcus Carver.

The goal of the season went to Alex Newby for his effort against York City and the young player of the year was Matt Urwin. Club person of the year was Sue Watkinson.