THE Sky Bet League One leaders are guarding against complacency ahead of their visit to Oxford United tomorrow.

Wigan Athletic have the division’s most potent attack and its meanest defence, which includes Chey Dunkley, who moved north from the Kassam Stadium this summer.

The side built by Paul Cook (pictured) are four points clear and on course to finish the campaign with more than 100 points.

But experienced forward Noel Hunt is determined no-one gets carried away going into tomorrow’s game.

“It’s a massive time of the year for us,” he told the Wigan Post.

“We know the games come thick and fast, and it only takes a week to cut a gap at this level.

“We know we need to stay on it, and we need to stay focused on the next game – which is always the most important of the season.

“All you can do is concentrate on yourself – not up, not down, just on yourselves – and you go again.

“We’re top at the moment but I’m not going to tempt fate.

“I’ve been in this position before, and you’ve just got to keep going because everything can change in a week in football.”