Carshalton Athletic progressed in the FA Cup on Saturday after a comfortable victory against visiting Farnham Town.

The Robins took the lead through Mickel Miller on 18 minutes before Ricky Korboa and Miller both scored either side of half-time to cement a 3-0 win and a first qualifying round tie at Ryman Premier Division outfit Worthing next month.

However, despite their 100 per cent record so far this season, midfielder Matt Males reckons the Robins should not start getting complacent.

“We were fairly comfortable out there and, with no disrespect to Farnham, should have scored more goals – we had two disallowed and hit the crossbar twice,” Males said.

“But they put us under pressure a bit in the second half and I think that’s because we became too relaxed.

"It is easy to take your foot off he gas when on top."

He added: “Had they nicked one at only one or two-nil then the game could potentially change, so Mickel’s second straight after half-time was important and we just need to maintain focus moving forwards.”

Males is relishing the chance for the Carshalton squad to test themselves against higher opposition in the next round and is confident of giving Worthing a stern test.

“They were in our division last season and we played well at theirs to earn a draw,” he added.

“Although we’ll be underdogs for that one, we have a strong mentality here and are going into every game at the moment believing we can win.”

Carshalton Athletics return to Ryman Divison South business on Saturday with a trip to East Grinstead Town.