HEREFORD FC are looking to finish their season on a high with two of their final three matches to be played over this Bank Holiday weekend.

The Bulls welcome seventh place AFC Telford United on Saturday before heading to fifth place Altrincham two days later.

“The aim is obviously to finish as high as we possibly can with three games remaining,” said Hereford Head Coach Marc Richards.

“I’m glad we’re in the situation where we’re not still looking over our shoulders in terms of that bottom three but we want to try and finish the season on a high.”

When asked how many of the current squad are fighting for their place at Edgar Street next season.

Richards added: “I think some of them we have been looking at for a while but no decisions will be made just yet.

“Ultimately a good percentage of the squad are still fighting for a spot for next season.”

Following their league defeat at Southport on Saturday defender Josh Gowling said his side will have to improve to achieve their top half finish target.

Three points currently separate 13th and 18th with the Bulls in 17th.

“That’s our goal and what we want to do,” said Gowling.

“Sometimes you have to reset goals. Our first goal was to get away from that relegation zone which is what we’ve done and then we have to set a new target.

“That is what we have got to try and reach but obviously playing like that we’re not going to get there so we have to turn it around.”