WALSALL Wood manager Darren Byfield says the carrot of playing at Wembley is the "main factor" driving his team to success in their fourth-round Buildbase FA Vase tie at Stourport tomorrow night (7.45pm kick-off).

Wood progressed to this stage with a penalty shootout win over Newark in the last round, which was over four months ago.

Byfield knows there is no form to go on given how little football both sides have played in the last year and insists the winner tonight will be the team that turns up with the right attitude.

"It's a cup game and form goes out of the window, especially when no one has any form," he said.

"It's about who deals with the game best on the day, who is more positive and has the best attitude.

"I had a feeling this vase game would always go ahead so I made sure all the boys posted their runs and kept themselves ticking over through lockdown.

"We as coaches have done what we can, it's over to the boys to put practice into the game."

Win tomorrow and one side takes a step closer to the possibility of playing the final at the home of English football. Byfield does not hold back in emphasising how big a deal that is for these players.

"The motivation to win on Friday should come through the lads wanting to get through to the next round and a step closer to Wembley.

"Wembley should push any team on, if you said to me the vase was to be moved to another stadium, yes you'd want to win but Wembley is the main factor and that's a fact.

"To play there would be unbelievable for us all, of course it's the main driving factor.

"But my main message to the boys will be to just go and enjoy the day, don't cross that pitch with any regrets and that's all I can ask and what will be will be.

"After everything that's gone on this year, this is now our release, can we go and play, can we enjoy it and can we put a smile on fans and players faces again and get through to the next round, that's what we want to do.

"If nothing else, hopefully the best team on the day wins and goes on, if that's Stourport then best of luck to them, but of course we want to be in that fifth round."