FORWARD Bradley Ash has targeted over 20 goals this season as he hopes to fire Hereford back to the National League.

The 23-year-old who played full-time football last season for Boreham Wood signed for the Bulls after impressing while on trial.

Talking about his aims for the season, Ash said: “I take each game as it comes but I want to get over 20 (goals).

“I want to get the first one out the way and then go and keep on carrying on, the most important is the three points.”

Ash only joined the Bulls days before the season began and scored against his current side while on trial for Yeovil in the pre-season friendly at Bideford.

“I always knew they (Hereford) was a massive club so as soon as the opportunity came I was definitely up for it and I want to help the lads and the club back into the league,” Ash added.

“The next step is into the National League but we will take every step as it comes.

“They are a great set of lads and one of the best I’ve been at.

“It’s so important in a football team to have that togetherness, we’ve definitely got that and it will be so important throughout the whole season to help us be up there.”

Ash was partnered in a front three alongside Mike Symons and Rowan Liburd in a front three against Blyth.

The young forward saw one effort deflected wide and then struck a volley which flew just over the bar.

“They are great to play off and two good target men who can do the other side as well,” said Ash.

“It’s good for me at the moment as I’m picking off second balls so it’s good. My aim is to be starting every week and helping the lads get three points.

“I’ve come in and done well for myself so I want to keep on going. I enjoyed it a lot and it was another great win, we worked hard and got another three points on the board.

“Every game I play I do 110 per cent and do my best for the boys to get the three points, so it’s a good win.”