WESTFIELDS will be looking to return to their attacking style of football as they hope to break a run of three straight defeats.

Manager Andy Bevan had other things to worry about during the postponed weekend working 14-hour days as a farmer trying to get a water supply to the animals.

“We trained last night (Monday), we did some fitness and strength training and the players looked sharp, said Bevan.

"Then on Wednesday we will be in again looking at our shape which I have analysed to death over the last few weeks.

"We have tried to go direct in recent weeks which is not our style so we will be going back to playing it our from the back and we know it invites pressure but it also creates space. Since the FA Vase game we have tried to change that but it hasn't been beneficial."

Bevan's side head to Boldmere St Michaels on Saturday- the first of five fixtures to be played during the rest of March.

"We are looking forwards to going there and playing on their 3G pitch and then we have a busy run-in of games which will be very demanding," added Bevan.

"We will be looking at trying to get a couple more players in before the March 22 deadline and we will be looking at some local lads as ultimately it is hard for lads from Gloucester, Worcester or Newport to get to training."