IT has been a terrific season for Worcester City and they remain on course to win the lot come the middle of May, but these next two months is what everything has been geared towards.

City remain rooted to the top of the Hellenic Premier, into the last four of the Marsh Challenge Cup, have the final of the Wiseman Lighting Floodlit Cup to look forward to and a quarter-final tie with Emley to come in the FA Vase. They could not have asked to be in a better place.

But now is what counts and as much as boss Chris Cornes wants to applaud what his team has done to get here, it will mean very little if they have nothing to show for it.

"Of course you enjoy it (being the manager of Worcester City)," said Cornes. “ You enjoy the highs and whilst you don’t enjoy the lows, it is part of the job and normally, your lowest low is followed by your highest high.

"We had some lows last year and we haven’t had too many this year and we have been fantastic.

"It’s been enjoyable but you don’t get much time at this time of the season to sit back and contemplate it, you move from one game straight onto the next, you just keep pushing forward.

"We’ve been on a good run, the crowds are flowing in and the club is in a fantastic position, but we haven’t won anything yet. We have done so well so far to get where we are, but we now need to kick on and move ourselves into third, fourth gear and go and take it to teams and see where we are at come the end of the season.

"Hopefully, whatever medals we have dangling around our necks at the end of the campaign, that’s when we can enjoy it but at the minute, we have a task, let’s stick to it and let’s keep doing it."

City are in league action this evening (Friday, March 1) as they take on Pershore Town.