WORCESTER City are about to begin a "massive period" of games in the next couple of weeks as they look to continue fighting on all fronts.

The Hellenic League Premier leaders make the trip to Westfields on Saturday, who remain the only side to beat City in the league this season.

But there is no real focus on revenge this weekend and manager Chris Cornes just wants his side to "keep plodding along". 

"It's a massive period for us," said Cornes. "But it's something we have spoken about all season, there are big games around every corner, regardless of who it is against. 

"I don't think we have been out of a big period all season. Since that first game against Tuffley Rovers in August when we drew, the pressure has been on. We keep thinking there will be a breather but it just doesn't happen.

"The next couple of weeks are going to be big but so is the week after that and the week after that.

"We have to keep plodding along, take each game as it comes. Attention turns to Westfields on Saturday."

On that 2-1 defeat to Westfields back in August:  "It happens in football. They kicked one in from a corner and it ends up lobbing the keeper.

"We had a perfectly good disallowed goal on the day and we should have scored a load that night but it isn't a case of us saying 'we owe them one'. We don't, it's football and what happened that day could have happened in other games.

"We just need three points to keep that little gap to Corsham Town. They (Westfields) had a bit of a wobble when they changed managers but they have done well in the last few weeks so we will be taking that game as seriously as we would a top-of-the-table clash."

Ever since that loss to Westfields at Claines Lane, City have gone on a 22-game unbeaten run in the league, winning 19 of those games and drawing three. It has been some response, you could say.

They will be looking to win for a seventh game running on Saturday, which will keep them at least three points clear of Corsham, still with three games in hand. City have 12 games left to play in the league and are now really starting to close in on the title.