EXCITEMENT at Worcester City continues to simmer away nicely as Chris Cornes' side chase a non-league quadruple.

City remain in pole position to win the Hellenic League Premier title whilst remain in contention for the Isuzu FA Vase and the league's two cup competitions.

Cornes' men face a second trip to Slimbridge in four days on Tuesday night, where City will be looking to back up Saturday's 4-0 league win at Thornhill Park with a quarter-final victory in the Wiseman Lighting Floodlit Cup.

Hundreds of away supporters were in fine voice at the weekend and Cornes admits the growing excitement around the club is hard to ignore: "You can feel the excitement around the club but also around the city of Worcester.

"You are seeing fans around the place and the players have been speaking about how they are being stopped in the street by fans and supporters getting in touch with players on social media, there is a real buzz about the place.

"They (the fans) are feeling the buzz but us as a team, we aren't really discussing what might come of the season, I won't let it happen because we aren't even in February yet.

"February is the big month of the season, once you get through that month you know where you are and the position we are in, we just have to keep worrying about ourselves.

"We are in the play-off spots as it stands with games in hand, we are still in the Vase and the two cup competitions, it's exciting, but it is nowhere near job done."

Cornes will likely make a couple of changes to the side that won so convincingly on Saturday, especially with such a busy period coming up and a number of injuries to key players.

Connor Gater was brought off with what looked to be a slight injury issue on Saturday and with Calvin Dinsley also out of action, the midfield will look a little different to usual.

"Dino (Dinsley) has had a little bit of treatment and it's settled down a bit but we will wait until the middle of the week to get a better idea of the injury as it's still a little sore," added Cornes.

"Gater was a bit of a precautionary one. He was a bit tight before kick-off (on Saturday) and he got through the first 60 minutes before he felt a bit tight so we pulled him off.

"Dylan (Hart) has had his appendix out which was a bit of an emergency operation so he will be another week or two but he wants to be back for the important run of games we have coming up.

"We still have 19/20 players. We are strong enough to compete on all fronts but if I need to bring others in than I will but as long as it fits what we are doing."

Taylor Townsend came on for an impressive cameo at the weekend and will likely be given a first start since his return to the club last week. James Batchelor, Lorcan Sheehan and Cam Monteith could also start from the off on Tuesday.