JACK Porter has backed the Windsor Cox Green Academy to keep on improving this season after a 5-0 win against Farnborough on Wednesday.

Two goals from Keaton August gave Windsor a clear lead heading into the break at Stag Meadow, before substitute Yemi Alabi, Ed Port and Jack Simmons found the target in the second period.

Windsor have now won their last four matches in Section E of the National League Alliance and stand third in the league table, one point behind leaders Oxford City.

Academy head coach Porter told the Observer: “I was really pleased with the performance because the wind made conditions difficult.

“Sometimes when you’ve got the wind with you it’s not always easy but we used the ball well in the first half, and in the second we coped with the conditions.

“It was nice for Keaton to get his goals because he’s not been firing them in like he was at the back end of last season. Maybe that’s just a confidence thing but the system really suited him throughout the match.

“He was allowed to focus on pressing out of position and further up the pitch, so when he did get the ball he was in attacking situations to go and score goals.

“That puts him in great positions and you know when he gets into them he’s going to finish so it was really pleasing.

“We knew Farnborough would come onto us a bit more in the second half because of the wind. We knew they were going to press us a bit higher so we just needed to make sure we mixed our game up.

“Sometimes we had to go bigger and a few times we drew them in, but we dealt with their pressing and then it was pleasing to get a foot on the ball again.”

The Academy are away to second in the table Chippenham Town next Wednesday (2pm).

Porter added "It's fantastic to win a fourth in a row because of how we started.

"We always knew that we were going to improve as the season goes on and we are not finished yet.

"We have a lot we can carry on improving on but going into games like Chippenham next week it makes it more exciting.

"We will go to Chippenham with no pressure on us at all. We will try to play our game and see where it takes us."

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