'BRING it on,' is the message from Hereford FC interim manager Josh Gowling as he prepares for a fortnight packed with fixtures.

Saturday's home game against Altrincham is the first of five fixtures in 14 days.

Gowling is still looking for his first win in charge of the side following successive 2-2 home league draws.

The fixture pileup includes rearranged midweek visits to York City, on Tuesday and Kettering the following week.

"You get games called off and it is what it is," said Gowling.

"Bring on the games that's how we feel. We feel like we're growing every game week by week and we're relishing every opportunity that we've got.

"Every obstacle that we've got we'll climb over them. We've set targets already and within the group we've looked at the points total we want.

"We've got to reach those targets and there's more to come."

Ben Pollock is available to return for the Bulls on Saturday after serving his suspension while Jordan Cullinane-Liburd has two more matches out.

Hereford lost the reverse fixture against Altrincham 5-1 back in November, but Gowling says the Bulls are now a different side.

"I played in that game and they gave us a bit of a run around to be honest," added Gowling.

"We're going to do work, we're a different team now and we've got a different mentality now and we'll give it a right go in the next home game."

Bulls midfielder Jacob Jagger Cane is aware of the threats that sixth place Altrincham will pose.

"Darlington try and pass the ball and Altrincham are similar," he said.

"Looking at the league table they will be a better outfit so we've got to be massively on our game.

"The way it's gone recently we can really bring it to them and we want to win.

"We're going into every game wanting to win home or away. We want to be on the front foot, entertaining fans first and foremost and picking up the results as well."