WESTFIELDS manager Phil Glover is happy to keep ticking matches off after his side came from behind to clinch a 1-1 draw at Windsor.

Fields, who had thumped Windsor 5-0 on the opening day of the season at allpay.park, found the home side a very different prospect.

The home side took the lead in the 38th minute when Bill Montague fired home after Westfields’ keeper Ian Havard had dropped a through ball.

In the goal-mouth scramble which ensued Fields only cleared the ball to the edge of the box where Montague fired it back into the top corner of the net to give Windsor the lead.

However, the visitor's lead was short-lived and Westfields retaliated within five minutes when Ollie Butler got free on the left and put over a fine cross for Ben Hayes to head home at the far post.

After the break Westfields found it difficult in the windy conditions and Havard twice saved well at the foot of the post to deny Windsor taking the lead.

"The windy conditions were a bit of a leveller, said Glover.

"They were well drilled and much improved from when we played them last.

"We were also missing a couple of players with one suspended and another suffering an illness.

"We did enough to win the game but a point away from home when it gets to the winter is good.

"If we can't win we don't lose and I'm more than happy to tick them off.

"We're not arrogant enough to think that we are going to win every single game."

Westfields have a tough week ahead with a long trip to High Wycombe to play Flackwell Heath on Saturday before hosting Bishops Cleeve on Tuesday night.

"Nothing has changed from day one and we will take every game as it comes and prepare right, added Glover.

"We have had a couple of draws over Christmas but I'm certainly happy with those.

"That will happen again before the end of the season but the league still looks good."