STRIKER Dave Reynolds will look to add to his goal tally as Worcester City hope to make it back-to-back Midland League Premier Division wins when they take on AFC Wulfrunians at the Victoria Ground tomorrow (7.45pm).

The 28-year-old, who bagged 53 goals in all competitions last term for Malvern Town, has hit the ground running at City with three goals in the opening two competitive games.

“Hopefully we can get another three points and I hope to score another goal,” said Reynolds who bagged a brace in Saturday’s 3-0 defeat of Heanor Town.

“We’re a new side which is growing and you can see we’re improving with every game.

"I think we need to take it game by game and win as many as we can and keep clean sheets.

“The great thing is we’re onto the next game now and my two goals (against Heanor) will be forgotten.

"We move on to the next one and I want to score again.

"I got over 50 goals last year and I’ve got a target in my mind that I’ll keep close to my chest.

“I played against Wulfrunians a couple of years ago when they were in the division below and they will be a decent side.

“Everybody in this league, especially when they come to play Worcester, will up their game and we’re going to have to win the battle to win the match.”

Wolverhampton-based Wulfs finished 17th last season but will arrive at Bromsgrove's Victoria Ground full of confidence after winning their opening league game 2-0 at Rocester thanks to a second-half brace from Nick Turton.

They got the season off to a perfect start under new manager Richard Forsyth, the former Kidderminster Harriers midfielder, the previous week when they knocked Shawbury United out of the FA Cup with Turton and Jake Webb (2) on the scoresheet.

“I think Wulfrunians will bring physicality and an enthusiasm and play against us like Heanor did,” said Worcester joint manager John Snape.

“We have got a few bumps and bruises and a few knocks we will be looking at.

"It’s here (at the Victoria Ground) as well and the lads are probably getting used to the surface and the pitch so hopefully we can grind one out.

“If we move the ball quickly then that physicality and the knocks will go away.

"I think everybody will want to beat us and we will have to deal with that.”

If the Blue and Whites do make it three wins from three then that will be the perfect build-up to Sunday’s FA Cup preliminary round tie with Northern Premier League Division One South side Chasetown (3pm).

The game has been put back 24 hours as landlords Bromsgrove Sporting also have a home draw so they will play Coleshill Town on Saturday.