BOSS Ashley Vincent wants his side to “pick up as many points as possible” as City head towards a hectic schedule to end the season.

Worcester played for the first time in just under a month at the weekend when they came from behind to win 2-1 at AFC Wulfrunians in the Midland Football League Premier Division.

The rain meant Vincent’s side had not played since the 2-2 league draw with Romulus on February 17.

“I think there are about six or seven weeks left and that’s a minimum of 13 games to go and in one week we play three games in seven days,” Vincent said.

“It’s down to me to try to get that energy in the squad and maybe rotate bodies in the team when necessary as we don’t want to risk any injuries.

“Hopefully we get that bit of luck that we don’t get those little knocks because we have not got a massive squad.

“But it’s the same for all the teams in the league so I won’t complain about it, that’s the situation we're in.

“We want to pick up as many points as possible and then try to get into the next round of the cup we’re in (League Cup) and then why not even try to win that.”

Worcester currently sit 11th in the table on a three-game unbeaten league run.

The boss wants to keep momentum going ahead of the trip to third-from-bottom Gresley tonight (7.45pm).

“We have two difficult games coming up this week starting with Gresley,” Vincent added.

“Gresley are battling against the situation they are in, they had a difficult start to the season and have had a few managerial changes.

“I haven’t seen them play and we haven’t played them this season but we are expecting a determined side who will be wanting to pick up points.

“But it’s all about us and in football it’s just important to keep winning and that’s the best habit to have.”

On Saturday City then travel to Racing Club Warwick, who also sit in the bottom four, but Vincent insists there are no easy games in the league.

“You have to take games on their merit,” he continued.

“Anyone can beat anyone and I have been involved in this league for long enough to know that you have to just take every game as it comes as teams can change from one week to the next.

“This will be our third and fourth away game in a row and we know we have to do the right things and stay together as a group.

“What we want to do is build confidence within the squad and try to just keep winning games and hopefully that will help us in all aspects of our game.”