MICK WOODHAM is confident that Windsor will not suffer from an FA Cup hangover ahead of the start to the new Hellenic Premier Division season this Saturday.

Windsor were dumped out of the FA Cup after a 4-1 defeat to Wembley in the extra preliminary round at Stag Meadow last weekend.

Woodham knows his team must improve upon that performance with the league campaign set to start away at Tuffley Rovers (3pm), but he has no issues with regards to confidence.

“It’s gone now and we will just have a look at it,” the Windsor boss told the Observer. “We know what we’ve got to improve on but I have no issues at all with regards to confidence.

“There will be no hangover, we’ve had six days before we go again so we’re all good.

“It was the FA Cup and if people want to do their homework about Wembley, like I did, they will always find that they’re a good side, and they proved that again on Saturday. They’re a half-decent side and we got beat, so let’s take it on the chin.”

Woodham continued: “Tuffley isn’t going to be easy, there going to be strong and at home, but we’ve just got to deal with it.

“We’ve got to batter down the hatches a little bit away from home and see what we can come up with, but it’s a tough start and nothing is easy.”

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