FULL-BACK Danny Greenslade is confident Hereford will turn their league form around this Saturday when they host Ashton United, the first of two home league games.

After picking up a single point in their last four games against promotion chasing sides the Bulls have slid down the National League North table.

The 24-year-old left-back who signed from Weston-Super-Mare in the summer has enjoyed the opening eight league games despite the recent run of results.

"I'm loving it, we've had a bit of a difficult run and haven't won in four games but we will be able to turn it around," said Greenslade following Saturday’s 2-0 defeat at Brackley Town.

“If you look at Chorley but for a last minute goal there we could have come away with something and like I say a bad decision today cost us so onto the next one.

“No matter what they bring we’ve just got to be up for it and hopefully get back to winning ways."

Greenslade said that the defeat at Brackley 'wasn’t their day' compounded by the referee allowing the opening goal and sending Eliot Richards off.

"It wasn't a good day at the office was it," added Greenslade.

"They had a good strong number nine, they were quick behind and well drilled and organised so caused us a few problems.

"Overall we defended quite well to be honest as it was two bad decision and playing with 10-men is never easy.

"They had a man extra so there was no way we could be all gung-ho. We had to try and wait for our chance and try to counter-attack but it just wasn't our day.”

After loan spells at Gloucester and spending last season at Weston-Super-Mare the full-back said that he is used to the challenges that await this season in the National League North.

He added: “The strikers are nothing that I’m not used to having been at Weston last year in the same league and there is not much difference between the Southern and Northern so I don’t see any problems.