MICK Woodham will not offer any excuses should Windsor fail to beat Badshot Lea at Stag Meadow this Saturday (3pm).

Windsor have not been seen since the 1-0 defeat at Hayes on January 2 and, with struggling Badshot second from bottom in the league table, Woodham is expecting a backlash.

Woodham told the Observer: “It’s irrelevant where Badshot are in the table. It’s a home game so I expect us to win.

“They’re about the only team we have not played this season but that will not be an excuse on Saturday. I will certainly not be offering any.

“The message to the boys will be to turn up and play, and put points on the board.

“I would like to have played last weekend but we had to wait. We got going in training on Tuesday and will concentrate on Saturday because there’s nothing we can do about the fixture list.

“We certainly will not be too dis-similar to Hayes in terms of personnel. Denzel Bonilla-Hurtado was ill and might be available but we will be very similar, which is good for us.”

Windsor go into the match standing 12th in the table and Woodham aims to keep his side happy with more wins in 2017.

He said: “Our aim is to win as many games as possible and put points on the board.

“We want to win games to keep the squad happy and the boys interested, and progress in the league cup.

“We want to put points on the board to finish as high as we can because that’s what we will be judged on.”

After the visit of Badshot, Windsor welcome managerless Horley Town in the Premier Challenge Cup quarter-finals on Tuesday January 24.

“It’s irrelevant who they have in the dugout, it’s about what happens on the pitch,” said Woodham. “It’s just a home game for us.”

Follow Windsor versus Badshot Lea this Saturday on Twitter with sports reporter Rob Stevens from 2.30pm.