Lee Hall thinks it is far too early for anyone to panic over Tooting & Mitcham's winless start to the season.

The Terrors lost 2-0 at home to Burgess Hill Town on Saturday to follow two successive draws that leaves them still awaiting their first win going into tomorrow's match at newly-promoted Peacehaven & Telscombe.

The past two seasons have seen Tooting struggle but midfielder Hall is still confident they can enjoy some success under new manager Craig Tanner.

"It is definitely too early for anyone to be panicking," he said.

"We are only three games in to the season and the matches come thick and fast so there is always another match coming and chances to put it right.

"The atmosphere is still good and we know we have good enough players to do well in this division.

"We are more of a team this season but we are playing against sides that have been together ages whereas we came together this summer.

"It is going to take a few games for us to get going."

Tooting were unlucky not to get at least a point against Burgess Hill, with Sol Pinnock having a shot cleared off the line late on when the score was still 1-0.

"I felt we deserved more," added Hall.

"We had a few chances to get goals that would have changed the game and at the moment we are not being clinical enough in front of goal, we are creating the chances but not scoring.

"In the end, goals win games and change games. As soon as you get two goals up in a game you can relax and play the kind of football we want to play."

The Terrors go to Walton Casuals on Saturday.