Hanworth Villa caretaker manager Wayne Noad is only focused on the remaining weeks of the season, rather than his long-term future at the club, writes Tom Moore.
Villa secured a comprehensive 4-0 win at Bedfont Sports on Tuesday night thanks to a brace from Luke Muldowney (pictured) and goals from Ross Cheetham and Dave Marvell.
The win maintains their decent run of form in 2015, but Hanworth Villa are still in the relegation zone after a woeful start to the season with chairman Gary Brunning keen for Noad to stay on, but the manager is only focused on survival.
He said: “We just want to get this season out of the way and we can speak at the end of the season.
“I’ve lived around here all my life and know the history of the club and the people who are there. If we can do good things it’ll be great.”
With games running out, the Villa boss believes his side need five or six more wins to secure survival in the Combined Counties Premier Division.
He added: “The boys deserved the win over Bedfont as they’ve taken a lot of critics and shown they’re a good side.
“I’m sure we’ll be safe at the end of the season. I think we’ll need to win five or six of our remaining games.
“We’ll take it one game at a time. We’ll be ready for Ashford on Saturday, but only if we turn up with the right attitude, commitment and players.”
Bedfont Sports will look to get back to winning ways when they host Horley Town on Tuesday night.
In Division One, Bedfont & Feltham will look to build on their draw with Staines Lammas when they travel to Ash United.
CB Hounslow host Alton Town after a 3-3 draw against Cobham at Leg of Mutton Field.