WESTFIELDS are full of confidence as they head to Edgar Street for the first round of the HFA County Challenge Cup on Tuesday night to play old foes Hereford FC.

Andy Bevan's side have only suffered one league defeat in their opening nine games and hammered promotion rivals Romulus 4-1 on Monday night.

Forward Ben Miller has scored seven goals in nine league starts for Fields who are targeting success in the competition this season.

“We are having some good results and the boys are working really hard," said Westfields chief executive Andy Morris.

“We’re really looking forward to the tie as Hereford have dominated the cup in recent years. However, prior to that we dominated for a long time and hold the record for the number of wins.

“It’s a big game despite it being only the first round and we want to go there and play well. We have had some tremendous games with them and Tuesday night will be the same again.

“They are the team everybody wants to play against in the County Cup and it’s good that Hereford FC are respecting the cup by playing in it.

“The cup is something we pride ourselves on wanting to win and it's our bread and butter.”

Miller was on target again as Westfields earned a point at Long Eaton on Saturday after the hosts came from a goal down.

After being knocked out the FA Cup 6-1 at Romulus last month Bevan’s side returned to Birmingham for the league fixture on Monday night.

Miller netted a brace as Westfields ran out 4-1 winners with Alex Hainault and Jamie Molyneux also scoring.