WORCESTER City boss Chris Cornes says his side will look to keep the momentum building ahead of their "biggest game of the season" in the Isuzu FA Vase semi-final second-leg tie against Great Wakering Rovers.

City travel down to Burroughs Park for the crunch match tomorrow (Saturday) as they look to secure their third trophy this season.

The team clinched their first league title for 45 years on Tuesday with a 1-0 win away at Thornbury Town having already triumphed in the final of the Wiseman Lighting Floodlit Cup last month.

But while winning the league was a cause for celebration, attention has now turned to Saturday's cup tie that leaves them just 90 minutes away from a potential trip to Wembley.

Worcester City boss Cornes said preparations have been going to plan, with City set to field a fully fit squad for the clash.

"It's been fine, obviously our game got called off yesterday that would have had an effect but so be it," he said.

"We are travelling down later today so the lads are ready. 

"We have a fully fit squad ready to go."

City came out on top against Great Wakering Rovers in a tight first leg, edging past their opponents in a 1-0 victory.

But despite the slender lead, Cornes stressed his team won't sit back and will go all out to secure passage to Wembley.

"We'll do just what we have done the past 50 matches," said Cornes.

"We have scored a lot of goals this season so we won't go there and sit behind, we're going to go for it.

"The team is buzzing because this is a once-in-a-lifetime match, so we will try and succeed tomorrow."

Thursday's league fixture versus Hereford was called off due to a waterlogged pitch, but Cornes insists it has not affected City's cup preparations. 

"The pitch has had its issues this season, we have had the worst run of weather.

"But it helped us because it was a game we didn't need to play. I'm confident we would have won anyway, we've had 24 wins on the bounce, but it was ideal to allow the players a rest.

"We approach every game to win, we want to keep the momentum going. We never really spoke about winning the cup but the further we got it became a forefront.

"It's the biggest game of the season."

Cornes praised his players' team spirit which had played a crucial role in the team's success this season.

"The lads are relaxed, but if we end up losing that's the way it's meant to be," he said.

"But I'm proud of everything we have achieved. 

"The togetherness is unreal so on the day we will see how it goes."