WINDSOR manager Mick Woodham has explained his side have a real hunger to remain in the FA Vase this season, writes Rob Stevens.

Windsor reached the last-32 in the competition for the second successive season after a 2-1 win at Erith Town on Saturday.

Woodham believes it was one of their best-ever away performances and he is proud of the young squad.

He told the Observer: "It's fantastic and the boys are really buying into it. They've got a real hunger for it and we want to stay in the competition.

"That was echoed in our performance on Saturday. We really showed how much wanted to win the game.

"Erith isn't an easy place to come and this is probably our best away performance for a long, long time.

"Chichester was good but we had a control on that for 60 minutes and could've finished two or three more goals to the good.

"We had to battle on Saturday with a different kind of performance. We had to really dig in deep in that last 10-15 minutes and we done it, so I'm really proud of the boys.

"We've got a strong and good group, and we will only improve with one or two more additions that weren't there on Saturday."

Windsor have been drawn away to either AFC Uckfield Town or Sutton Common Rovers in round four on Saturday 5th January and Woodham is keen to take the club 'out and about'.

He said: "t's a national competition and my point of view is let's go and take Windsor out and about. A home draw is great but let's go and experience different things.

"We've been in Erith twice in 12 months and acquitted ourselves really well.

"You look at the group we brought last season and it was like a kinder garden. We had some young boys in the group on Saturday but they all stood up and I'm very proud."