RETURNING Westfields player Anthony Robbins says it's great to be able to concentrate on just playing again.

The midfielder left Pegasus Juniors at the end of last season after finding the demands of playing and managing too much.

But the says he is really enjoying being back at allpay.park and working with Sean Edwards and Andy Bevan.

"'I've especially enjoyed working with Andy Bevan, who's coaching is really top quality," said Robbins.

"I'm glad Eddo contacted me and asked me to come back.

"We've got a really really strong group of lads together and play a really attractive style of football.

"So it's great to be a part of at the moment.

Robbins picked up a knock to his knee during last Saturday's 6-2 win against Caersws so is doubtful for the FA Cup Extra-Preliminary Round tie against Bewdley Town this weekend.

"After the run Westfields had last season in the FA Cup, I think at this stage, we are the team to beat now," added Robbins.

"So we have to make sure that we prepare right.

"But being at home is a massive bonus to us because I don't think many teams can handle us."

Westfields completed their pre-season campaign on Tuesday night with a 2-2 draw against Slimbridge thanks to two Alex Hainault goals.

A fine second half performance against Caersws saw Westfields prevail.

Sean Edwards' side led 1-0 at the break through Ben Hayes, but saw efforts from Aidan Thomas, Ben Hayes and James Febery go begging.

Caersws levelled in the second half, but the introductions of some Westfields substitutions made an immediate impact.

Greaves put Westfields ahead from the penalty spot after Carlos Moreira was brought down before Alex Hainault scored a fine far post header.

Greaves scored another penalty to make it 4-1 after Moreira was again brought down before David Needham added another goal.

Matt Reeve then got on the scoresheet with a thumping drive before Caersws netted a consolation.

Last Thursday, Westfields comfortable beat Malvern Town 3-0 thanks to goals from Chris Ham, Sam Gwynne and Greaves.