MICK Woodham has highlighted the importance to remain focused on the league this season if Windsor are to achieve their goal of a top-six finish in the Hellenic Premier Division.

Windsor are currently in ninth position in the league table and nine points behind sixth-placed Binfield but with two matches in hand on The Moles.

They have revelled in FA Vase and Challenge Cup wins this week - and the club are still in the Floodlit and Berks & Bucks Senior Cups - but Woodham insists his side will be well prepared for their trip to Flackwell Heath this Saturday (3pm).

The Windsor boss, pictured above, told the Observer: “This will be the third time that we’ve been up there this season but it will be slightly different this time with Flackwell having a new manager and three or four new players.

“We will go there well prepared and in a confident mood because it’s very important to remain focused on the league and I will be judged on our position at the end of the season.

“I think we’re a top five or six team but we’ve got some work to do to even get to the top six. We’re not going to win the league, that’s a 100 per-cent guarantee, but we want to be fifth or sixth at the end of it.

“All the times that we are not playing in the league because of the Vase we’re falling behind, but we will stay focused.

“We have had a little break with cup games but we’re back in league action on Saturday, with another cup game on Monday, so we’ve got to take every game as it comes, but we need points.

“We dropped points at Ascot which was disappointing but the reaction since then has been very good.”

Windsor then turn their attention to the Floodlit Cup and an away tie at Woodley United on Monday (7.45pm).

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