HEREFORD manager Pete Beadle says there is more to come from his new arrivals as they begin to find their feet in the National League North.
Full-backs Kieran Thomas and Danny Greenslade played key roles going forward and defensively during the Bulls’ goalless draw at Nuneaton Borough on Tuesday night.

Meanwhile Harry White opened his league goalscoring account on Saturday with a strikers finish in front of the Meadow End, but couldn’t find the target with a close range header three days later.

“We know there is still more to come from the side and as the games go by we will get stronger and we will get better as the newcomers start to integrate properly,” Beadle said.

“It’s never easy until you get a settled team but once they do there is more to come from us. It’s a good sign as we’ve looked strong defensively, organised as a team and moved the ball very well but we’re just looking at being more clinical in that final third. 

“Our theme for Thursday (in training) we be a little bit of finishing and forward work for everybody and look to be more creative on Saturday.” 

Hereford were left ruing missed chances in the opening half at Nuneaton’s Liberty Way.

The best chance fell to White who met Greenslade’s fourth minute cross but sent his header wide from close range.

At the other end Martin Horsell had to save at the feet of Port Vale loanee Dior Angus.

Nuneaton’s skipper Miles Addison also had a free header to put his side ahead on the 61st minute but also saw his effort sail wide.

Hereford full-back Thomas proved his worth twice in the second half and denied Addison with a vital deflection.

Substitute Lewis Hall could have snatched the points late for the travelling Bulls but his effort was saved by the goalkeeper’s legs.

Off the pitch a goalkeeper has rejected a Hereford move after changing his mind.

“He feels he will get another offer to go back into full-time football sooner rather than later,” added Beadle. 

“Once you’re out of the game and become non-relevant and nobody knows where you are you get soon forgotten. It’s his choice and I’m disappointed but we’re back to the drawing board.”

Beadle says that he is confident that a deal could be done with a forward/winger later this week.

The club are currently planning a testimonial match for Rob Purdie including former players from Hereford FC and United.