WINDSOR have one of the best defensive records in the Hellenic Premier Division this season and Mick Woodham believes that is testament to how difficult they are to beat, writes Rob Stevens.

Windsor are on a six match winning streak in the league, extended by an impressive 6-0 victory over Flackwell Heath on Tuesday, and have not conceded a goal in over seven hours of football.

They have conceded just 43 goals in 34 matches, which is only bettered by league leaders Wantage Town (42 in 35), and Woodham admits he does not want the season to end.

He told the Observer: “It’s about familiarity. We haven’t changed the team around too much and everyone is getting to know each other.

“We’re pushing for goals and know we’ve got the cup final to look forward to, and the boys are certainly making it hard for everyone to get into the team at the moment.

“I keep reading somewhere that we concede a lot of goals, but we just don’t.

“As it stands we’re 30 goals better off than we were at this stage last season, that’s a fantastic total. We were either really leaky last year or fantastic this year.

“We’re on 16 clean sheets in all competitions, that’s a testament to how very difficult we are to beat at the moment. That’s starting from the front and resonating all the way to the back.”

“Congratulations all round to the boys and it was a pleasure to watch in midweek.”

Woodham added: “We don’t want the season to end but we will keep on charging and keep on taking points out of every game, that’s our aim.

“Fourth would be nice but it’s not in our hands, fifth certainly is.

“We will let the league look after itself to keep on performing like we are at the moment and, in the mood we’re in, a good team is going to have to turn up and play very well to beat us.”

Windsor travel to Lydney Town on Good Friday (3pm) before returning to Stag Meadow for the visit of Wantage on Easter Monday (3pm).

Woodham said: “I’m really hoping that Wantage haven’t won the league by then. I want them to come here and have something to fight for because, the mood we’re in, we will play anyone at the moment.

“We need to get to Lydney on Friday which is always a difficult place to go. We’ve got one or two bumps and bruises but we will get on the bus feeling very, very good about ourselves and our aim is to pick up some points.”