Farnham Town manager Paul Johnson praised his side after they beat Knaphill 3-0 at The Memorial Ground to continue their perfect start to their Combined Counties Premier Division South campaign.

Lewis Flatman, Ryan Kinnane and Adam Liddle scored the goals as Town comfortably swept aside the only other unbeaten team in the league in front of a crowd of 414.

The home side took the lead on 18 minutes after a wonderful team move. The ball was eventually worked to Max Meaton on the right, and his cutback found Flatman who tapped home.

The second goal arrived on 57 minutes from a short corner. Darryl Sanders showed good trickery to beat his man and pick out Kinnane, who confidently swept home.

Liddle was a threat all night and he completed the scoring on 70 minutes when his deflected volley found the back of the net.

Johnson was delighted with his side's display.

"I thought it was a really good performance from start to finish – a proper performance," he said.

"I feel the more league games we play the more momentum we're going to build and the better we're going to get.

"The first goal was fit for any level of football. The finish was the hardest part because he had so long to see it come across the box.

"The short corner was something we looked at. As soon as you get Darryl in the area he can go left and right. To be fair to Ryan it was a great finish – he opened his body up well.

"Adam was nuisance and was relentless all game. He deserved his goal. It took a deflection, but he fully deserved that. To play against him must be a nightmare.

"The balance of the squad is just right. We've got everything."

Next up for Farnham is a trip to Horley Town in the Combined Counties Premier Division South on Saturday (3pm), and Johnson is expecting a tough test.

"We take nothing for granted," he said. "We've got to get better and got to get hungrier. Horley is a difficult place to go. It's a tight pitch."