Raiders’ co-manager Tyrone Henderson already has his sights set on the next round as his side prepare to take on Malvern Town in the FA cup.

The two sides will meet in preliminary round of the world’s oldest football competition at the HDAnywhere Community Stadium on Saturday.

Raiders come into the match on the back off a 2-1 league win over Longlevens AFC on Wednesday night.

While Henderson knows they will need to improve further still, he has already started dreaming of who they might get in the next round.

"Hopefully we get the result, that’s what we want to do,” he said.

“We all want to get through to the next round and maybe get a big boy in the next round like Bromsgrove Sporting, Alvechurch or a Halesowen.

"If we play like that second-half (against Longlevens AFC) we get beat at Malvern but if we play like we did in the first half we give ourselves a chance.

"But we want to go there and make it a good day. We are getting a coach, hopefully get some fans on it and have a great day at Malvern.”

Malvern's co-manager Lee Hooper has also been beating the drum ahead of the cup clash.

"There are bragging right at stake, they won’t want to lose and neither will we," he said.

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