WORCESTER City return to Isuzu FA Vase action this weekend with a trip to Wolverhampton Casuals in the second-round.

City will be looking to take a step closer to the record win streak in the club's history (14 in all competitions) with what would be an 11th win in a row on Saturday afternoon and, of course, move closer towards the dream Wembley final.

Chris Cornes' side are showing the best form of any Worcester side in a number of years and continue to fight on all fronts. They sit top of the Hellenic League Premier with 12 wins from 14 and are still in the Vase, League Cup and Worcestershire Senior Cup.

The priority is clear from manager Cornes: get City promoted. But the cup competitions still have plenty to provide for City and the supporters.

"The Vase is the one where it's a chance for non-league players to play at Wembley and you would be stupid not to have that in your mind," said Cornes.

"But the priority for me is still getting promotion from Step 5 and trying to get the club up the leagues and back to where we feel we should be.

"But of course, it would be nice to win a few cups and leave a bit of a legacy behind this season but it's just all about the next game and that's how we have to look at it."

Despite the form, Cornes has been keen to keep a lid on any thoughts of titles and trophy lifts.

From the outside, many will think 'the sky is the limit' for this City side and they certainly go into this weekend's Vase clash at Wolverhampton as favourites to reach the third round.

But Cornes admitted that, as a group of coaches and players, there is no specific end goal to reach.

"We still haven’t spoken about an end goal as a group," he added. "We want to be in the top five of the league because that was our aim before the season started but nothing is set in stone as a target and we just have to keep taking each game as it comes."

Kick-off on Saturday is at 3PM and the Worcester News will have live updates on the website, as well as all the reaction in the paper and online on Monday.