WORCESTER City boss Ashley Vincent is keen to maintain momentum as they head into League Cup action on Tuesday evening at Tividale (7.45pm).

City will be looking to build on last week's FA Vase win over Coventry United after their weekend Midland League Premier Division game against Sporting Khalsa was postponed due to the weather.

Boss Ashley Vincent is keen to keep the winning feeling as City travel north for the third-round cup clash.

"It’s all positive at the minute and we just want to keep that going," Vincent said.

"The mood is fantastic at the moment and we’re maintaining form as well.

"Luckily we are fit as a squad and we aren’t getting a load of injuries.

"A couple of boys have some knocks which we might need to consider but there is nothing serious.

"Otherwise, we have a fully-fit squad to choose from for Tuesday."

Whilst winning is a priority, Vincent says there will be a chance for some players to "stick their hands up" for selection going forward.

"The starting team might look a little bit different to what you might have seen in previous games," he continued.

"It’s a chance to make a few changes but there won’t be anything wholesale.

"We have a small squad and I’ve said before that they are all ready to go whenever so I will be making use of that.

"It’s an opportunity for some players to stick their hand up but we respect this competition and want to do well so we’re up for it definitely."

The postponement of the league game against Sporting at the weekend was the third cancellation in four games for City but Vincent insists it is not something that is affecting the group.

“It’s a double-edged coin," he said.

"We don’t want to play on a pitch that isn’t ready or isn’t playable.

"Obviously we want to play games and it was disappointing at the weekend but at the same time if the pitch isn’t ready we don’t want to risk anything."

City's opponents Tividale are 17th in the Premier Division and have lost six of their last eight games in all competitions.

But Vincent is still expecting a challenging evening at Packwood Road.

He added: “They started the season well and it will be a difficult place to go.

"Our league game earlier in the season was postponed so I’m not sure their surface is fantastic so it will be a challenge."

Tuesday's game is the first of two away games for City this week with a trip to Coventry up next as Worcester look to follow up their Vase win over the same opponents in the league.

Kick-off on Saturday at Butts Park Arena is 3pm.