WORCESTER City are gunning for a treble when they play a cup final tomorrow.

The club play Corsham Town on Monday (May 6) in The Marsh Challenge Cup final with a chance of winning their third trophy of the season. 

Despite their amazing recent form the club is under no illusion that this will be an easy match, admitting that it will be one of the toughest games of the season. 

Chris Cornes, Worcester City manager said: "Its been a long season but there's no better feeling than a cup final and the lads are buzzing. 

"It will be nice to get the game done and dusted and hopefully lift another trophy."

The manger has almost a full roster to choose from with all players fully fit, but unfortunately Cameron Monteith will miss the action, with him being away on holiday. 

 Cornes continued: "We are full steam ahead and focusing on the win to bring more joy to the fans who are brilliant. 

"We would be amazing to win the treble to cap off a really good season and it will be the icing on the cake.

"Its going to be a really tough game, they came second in the league and when we played them they were both tough games.

Corsham Town came second in the Hellenic League this year, 19 points behind Worcester City. 

City won both games, 3-2 away and 2-1 at home. 

The opposition have not won any silverware this season with only Worcester City standing in their way which should result in an exciting game on Monday.

Mr Cornes said: "The target for the year was to win the league and we have done that which means everything to the players and the fans and I could not be any prouder of what the team has achieved this season. 

"The team takes care of itself, the players are fantastic and know plan a, b and c.

"The legacy of these players will go down in the history of the club and hopefully there will be more good things to come."