KANE Vincent-Young insists Colchester United are a match for any side in League Two after brushing Cheltenham Town aside to strengthen their promotion push.

But the talented full-back insists they are not looking too far ahead in their quest to achieve success, this season.

Vincent-Young scored a magnificent individual goal to set the U’s on their way to a convincing 3-0 home triumph over Cheltenham Town.

The win lifted them to fourth in the table and although he is not getting carried away, the defender says they can compete anyone in the division.

Vincent-Young said: “When we play like that, we’re a match for anyone and that’s what we need to continue to do.

“We need to trust in each other and have confidence in each other, play the ball we want to play and we’ll be good.

“It’s a game at a time for us – the last two games have been good but we move onto next week.

“The promotion word isn’t banned but it’s on the backburner for now and we need to focus on the near future as opposed to the bigger distance.

“Things are really good and the last two weeks have been excellent.

“But we need to get back to the drawing board, make sure that we’re doing the right things in training and hopefully deliver another one of those performances next week.

“We take it game by game – three points is all that’s at stake week by week and aim for that.

“It’s really enjoyable playing in this side – I’m loving it out there and I think it shows that everyone else is, too.

“We all trust each other and we all want to play in the right way, which is great.”

Vincent-Young found the net for the second time in as many games against Cheltenham with a memorable goal.

The 22-year-old ran from inside his own half before firing home a 25-yard shot, to follow up his fine goal at Northampton Town the previous week.

The ex-Spurs youngster now has three career goals under his belt and admits he now has the appetite for more.

“I think prolific is the word – it’s two in two now!” said Vincent-Young.

“It’s been a long time coming and I’m just happy to be able to make my contribution now, in what’s been two really good team performances.

“It’s an unbelievable feeling to score and it’s case of wanting to get that feeling again.”

Colchester’s under-23s are in action tonight.

Kevin Horlock’s youngsters host Fulham in their latest Premier League Cup match at the JobServe Community Stadium, kick-off 7pm.