MICK Woodham has called on Windsor to improve upon their consistency in terms of results after watching his side regain the winning thread on Tuesday.

Windsor suffered a 1-0 home defeat to Colliers Wood United on Saturday, before a 3-0 victory over Spelthorne Sports at Stag Meadow in midweek.

The results mean Windsor sit 11th in the Combined Counties Premier Division table with boss Woodham hoping a change in fortune will come sooner rather than later.

He told the Observer: “There’s nothing wrong with us. Results haven’t gone the way we wanted them to but I don’t think we’re miserable or down in the dumps.

“We are finding it tough to get results but I can’t see any disillusion with the boys at all, so we’re alright.

“It’s irrelevant where we go and who we play on Saturday, we’ve just got to build on Tuesday.

“What we’ve been guilty of is putting one win together, then losing three and drawing one. We’ve had no real run of consistency with out results. That’s something we need to change and the sooner the better.”

Windsor travel to Camberley Town this Saturday (3pm) where Woodham expects his squad to respond to the competition added by recent signings George Gould and Ellis Jones-Aryeg who both impressed in midweek.

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PHOTO: Ashley Smith, first team player-coach at Windsor, runs with the ball during the 1-0 defeat to Colliers Wood United on Saturday.

Woodham said: “George is George, and we knew what Ellis was bringing because we’ve put a lot of work into him, so there were no surprises on Tuesday.

“We wanted to freshen things up a little bit after Saturday, so we did.

“They bring a bit of competition to the group and, now that we’ve set the standard, I expect us and everyone else to follow suit.

“When good players become available and they fit us, we’re going to sign them. It’s not easy but George and Ellis have added quality to this group.

“It’s up to everyone to react to it and I’m expecting competition within the 20 guys. Competition is healthy, it’s not personal just preferences, so I expect us to move on.

“Having said that, we have no right to win any game of football, so we will see where we are at 4.50pm on Saturday.

“Camberley is always tough. The last time we went there we got our backsides booted around for 90 minutes.”

Windsor beat Spelthorne with a goal either side of the half-time interval by Barry Dunbar, the first a contender for Goal of the Season, plus a late strike from substitute Daniel Price.

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PHOTO: Babouccar Jarra (red) challenges for the ball at Stag Meadow on Saturday.

Woodham commented: “We got a clean sheet, three points, plus a good performances full of energy, desire and a bit of quality at times, so I’m very pleased.

“We were worthy winners.

“It was a terrific volley from Barry [first goal]. Let’s not take anything away from him, he’s a goal scorer. He has had to be patient but what he does is score goals.

“Take the two goals away from his performance, on a tricky pitch, he played very well up front, so hats off to him, it was very good.”

Tyrone Newton scored the only goal of the game on Saturday as Colliers Wood left Stag Meadow with all three points.

Woodham said: “There was nothing between the two teams apart from a 30-yard ping into the top corner, so I can’t fault the boys and I’m not going to either.

“There was nothing to choose between the two teams, both keepers had nothing to do. We couldn’t judge Jake Quelch on his performance because he quite simply had only one or two saves to make.

“Their keeper, disappointingly had nothing to do, which annoyed me in terms of our creativity and attacking play.

“We couldn’t score and if you do not, especially at home, you don’t deserve to win anything, so I will leave that one alone.”

WINDSOR have been drawn at home to Horley Town in the Premier Challenge Cup quarter-finals. The tie will take place at Stag Meadow on Tuesday January 24 (7.45pm).