WINDSOR manager Mick Woodham has challenged his side to travel to Chichester City with a real desire to win this game this Saturday (3pm), writes Rob Stevens.

Windsor get their FA Vase campaign under way with a second round proper tie away at the Southern Combination Premier Division leaders this Saturday.

Woodham knows Windsor will travel as underdogs, but he explained the club has been planing for the match for two weeks now.

He told the Observer: “We need to go there with our tails up and try to execute a gameplan, but it’s going to be very difficult.

“Chichester are in a very healthy position in their league, however this time last season we went to Erith, Walton & Hersham and Eastbourne and we all know what happened.

“We’ve certainly planned for this since the Holyport game and haven’t changed the side too much, so we know what we’re taking and what we can do, so lets go with a real desire to win the game.

“I was talking to the players in midweek about Brad Pearce being the hero at Walton & Hersham, and we took some ridiculously young kids to Erith.

“They’re great memories but we have got a new challenge ahead of us this year because we’ve come into the competition a little bit later, so we need to get ourselves fired up and understand what it means to everyone.”

Woodham added: “If there’s ever an underdog I will be at the front of the que and we will be the underdogs based on their league position, there’s no doubting that.

“Let’s just worry about ourselves and go there to give a good account of ourselves.”