WESTFIELDS manager Phil Glover is looking for a reaction after his side suffered cup heartbreak for the second time this season against Lutterworth Town.

Fields' visitors also knocked them out of the FA Cup this season 3-2 and inflicted a 3-1 FA Vase defeat at Allpay Park on Saturday.

"We were disappointed with the way we played as too many of our lads weren't at the races," said Glover.

"It hasn't happened often this season and those days have come in the FA Cup and FA Vase.

"The lads have been top draw so far so I'm not going to overreact or anything. But we will have a reaction when we get back playing.

"I know our lads will dust themselves down and now games can't come quickly enough to get it out of our system."

Despite a high tempo cup tie it took until the 42nd minute for the deadlock to be broken when Matt Reeve fired home through a crowded box.

However, the lead was short-lived and two minutes later Zak Adams found himself free on the right-hand flank and with Westfields appealing for off-side he went through unchallenged to fire low past Ian Havard.

After the break Adams cut in from the wing again and fired low past Havard to put Lutterworth ahead.

Fields responded and forced goalkeeper Warren Butlin into two fine saves to deny Aidan Thomas and Craig Jones.

However, the game was over when Ryan Green was judged to have brought down visitors’ striker and from the penalty kick Marshall Keenan put his side 3-1 ahead.

Glover looked back at two key moments in the first half which could have changed the result.

He said: "I felt a couple of decisions didn't go our way as we felt the first goal was off-side and then we had a stonewall penalty turned down.

"The referee played the advantage after Aidan Thomas was brought down and he apologised to me at half-time for that decision.

"We didn't have enough to win the game anyway and full credit to Lutterworth. I'm not going to make excuses but a few things could have gone in our favour but didn't.

"We were disappointed to concede straight after we scored as going in 1-0 at half-time our team talk would have been different.

"But full credit to Lutterworth they came down and worked hard and made it really tough."