WINDSOR manager Mick Woodham admits that his side have a lot of work to do in order to improve on their position in the Hellenic Premier Division this season, writes Rob Stevens.

Windsor needed a last-minute equaliser from George Gould to draw 1-1 with second-bottom Tuffley Rovers at Stag Meadow on Saturday.

The result means Windsor have not won in four league matches since the victory at Abingdon United on 10th November and leaves them sixth from bottom in the table.

Woodham is aware that their recent league form has been awful but he has no idea why they have struggled to put points on the board.

He told the Observer: "We would probably be in the bottom four or five on form and it's a little bit of a concern but every game of football is difficult, whether we're playing for points or cup wins.

"We've just got to perform a little bit better than what we are at the moment.

"We're finding league points very hard to come by at the moment but I've no idea why because preparation-wise everything is put in place. I can't put my finger on it at all.

"It's difficult to predict where we might end up in terms of league position but we've got a lot of football to play at home.

"I keep on saying about the momentum and playing league football on a Saturday would help, but who knows.

"We've got a lot to do if we want to better last year's position, that's pretty clear even at this early stage."

Windsor turn their attention to the FA Vase and a fourth round tie away at AFC Uckfield Town from the Southern Combination Premier Division this Saturday (3pm).

Uckfield are in 11th position in the table, below leaders Chichester City who Windsor beat in round two, and Eastbourne Town who Windsor beat in the fourth round last season.

Uckfield have won just once in their last four league matches, against bottom side Eastbourne United, and Woodham is hoping that a return to action in the Vase will help inspire his side.

He explained: "We're having a little bit of a sticky patch but we will re-group, focus and see where it goes.

"My only focus now is on the Vase game really. We've just got to focus all our efforts on this coming Saturday.

"We will see what we can do and then worry about the week after That's another cup game.

"We've enjoyed the FA Vase so far so will dust ourselves down to see if we can get a little spark going. We will see if the competition challenges the boys rather than the three points on offer for league games.

"Our league form is going backwards rather than forwards, so we've got to keep on going in the cups and keep the season alive somehow. Our interest has to remain in the cups."