WINDSOR manager Mick Woodham has challenged his side to turn their cup form into league results ahead of a return to action in the Hellenic Premier Division, writes Rob Stevens.

Windsor tend to save their best for cup matches and have reached the last-16 in the FA Vase this season, plus the semi-finals of the Hellenic Challenge Cup following a 3-0 win against Cheltenham Saracens on Saturday.

The Stag Meadow-based club are without a win in the league in four games and have slipped down to fifth from bottom in the table, although they have played the least amount of matches.

Woodham has acknowledged his side need to turn up and perform in the league, and he is using places in the team for the trip to Biggleswade in the fifth round of the Vase as motivation for his players.

Windsor head to Ardley United this Saturday (3pm), before making the journey to Brackley Town Saints next Wednesday (7.45pm).

Woodham told the Observer: "I don't know much about Ardley but we need to turn up and perform in the league and get some points because it's bunched up down there.

"We have struggled to get points at the moment so we've got some work to do, but we know exactly what we need to do to get going.

"We've got everyone available and a lot to work on in the next two or three weeks. We need to start to perform in the league and there are no thoughts of complacency.

"Sometimes it's about performances and those that did well last weekend will get another go this Saturday.

"We will be a little bit stronger with one or two more returning, and it's about competition for places in these next three or four games. They're all big games and all challenges for the group.

"We're all available for the FA Vase, that's what we are working towards. We've got a couple of players back from injury and no suspension or illness, so you will get no complaints from me.

"Andrew Ingram is the only injury concern but we've got some cover in that department.

"There has been no consistency with our league form because we've not been playing enough matches. Now we've got a run of three games in seven days so we will see what we can do.

"Actions speak louder than words sometimes so we will focus on that."