STRIKER Richard Greaves says that he's got 'unfinished business' at Westfields and has already hit the goal-trail in the opening week.

The former Cardiff City forward has spent the last two seasons at Cinderford Town where he was their leading goalscorer during the last campaign.

He also had a successful previous spell at Westfields, which saw them reach the first round of the FA Cup and go close to winning the league.

Greaves said: "It almost felt like unfinished business for me, we didn't win the league in that season, but we should have.

"We were 10 to 15 points clear at one point so it's unfinished business for me.

"The Hellenic League now is a big chance to maybe go and win that."

Westfields have got their campaign under new manager Phil Glover off to a perfect start with two home wins.

Fields started their Hellenic League season on Saturday with a 5-0 win over Windsor.

New signing Billy Murphy opened his account before Aidan Thomas doubled their lead before the break.

After the interval Keanu Cooper added a third when he tucked away a close-range effort. Substitute Ben Hayes added a fourth from the penalty spot before Sam Rawlings completed the victory.

Three days later Fields were back in action at home against Longlevens.

Hayes started the tie and repaid his manager by putting his side ahead with a lobbed effort.

Greaves scored his first league goal of the campaign to double their lead before their visitors pulled one back.

However, veteran defender Ryan Green was on hand to restore Westfields' advantage before Joe Bates completed the 4-1 win.

Greaves said that new Fields manager Phil Glover was a big influence on his decision to return to Allpay Park.

He added: "That (Glover as manager) played a massive part for me. I had a great time with him back in our FA Cup run.

"A lot of the core are still here and I've got still got some great friends.

"The committee and everyone around the club are top draw and I did miss them when I was away."

Fields are in FA Cup action this weekend when they head to Congleton Town.

Meanwhile, Malvern Town will be playing their home FA Cup match against Whitchurch at Allpay Park (3pm).