ASSISTANT City coach Marlon Walters asks for more consistency in front of goal as Worcester head to league leaders Sporting Khalsa this weekend.

City earned their first point of the league season in the midweek draw with Romulus but are still yet to register a goal in their three matches to begin their MFL Premier Division campaign. .

"We haven't that cutting edge in the league as of yet," Walters admitted.

"I think that’s the main frustration at the minute and on Wednesday again we weren't aggressive enough in front of goal.

"League wise the goals haven’t come so the boss and I will have a discussion about that and we will try and find a way to get our more creative players on the ball more, higher up the pitch, it’s something we will certainly look at.

"We’ve had no trouble scoring in the cup games and we’ve looked dangerous, maybe it’s just a consistency thing.

"I think we have got the right formula but we just need to be a bit more consistent in what we’re doing and hopefully we can get it right and go to Khalsa on Saturday and can get a positive result."

Walters added that City would have a full-sit squad for this weekend's clash with high-flying Khalsa and they would be ready for the challenge.

"They are known for their physicality and they use that to their advantage," he said.

"They will be dangerous from set-pieces and in the air and they will be physical but we know that and we will be ready for that and make sure we give it a good go."

Striker Dave Reynolds was the only player with a slight injury problem following the draw on Wednesday but insists they will have a fully fit squad to travel.

"In the second half we could just see he (Reynolds) was a yard off the pace after the head knock in the first-half and the slight issue with his ankle and we could tell he wasn’t quite right so we took him off but he’s okay.

"We will have a fully fit squad for Khalsa at the weekend."