PLAYER-coach Rob Purdie reckons there is much more to come from Hereford United following their promising start to the Skrill Premier season.

Last Saturday’s 2-2 draw at Hyde left the Bulls unbeaten after their first three games and today they host Tamworth at Edgar Street (3pm).

Although Purdie feels there is plenty of room for improvement, he is pleased with the progress of United’s new-look team.

The versatile midfielder or full-back said: “Five points on the board is not a bad start although we still have plenty of things to work on. We’ve looked solid enough and are now three games unbeaten.

“We have a little bit of work to do and could have come away with three points at Hyde which would have meant seven overall.

“We have five so it’s not all doom and gloom and we are still unbeaten. We have done quite well in stages but are potentially quite a lot better than we have shown so far.”

The 30-year-old added: “It’s a big weekend coming up with games today and Monday – six points are up for grabs against Tamworth and Alfreton.”