INTERIM assistant manager Steve Burr said that he has a lot to consider if him and Josh Gowling are offered permanent roles at Hereford FC.

The Bulls completed back-to-back away wins at Farsley Celtic under the interim management team with Tom Owen-Evans and Kelsey Mooney scoring the goals.

When asked about potentially being offered the job permanently, Burr said: “I’m sure they (the board) will make the decision when they think the time is right and we’re only in here to try and turn things around and win matches,

“As soon as they make that decision we can all sit down and see where we are going. There’s a few things that could be happening with me football wise but I’m enjoying it here and we’ll see what happens.

“I’ll take it one step at a time but it’s a big club and a great club as well. The enjoyment of winning matches never loses that feeling.

“It’s really been enjoyable and hopefully I can help Josh (Gowling) to succeed and become a manager and with my experience I think it would be a good foil yes but there’s lots to consider yet from my part.”

New signings Lenell John-Lewis and Jevan Anderson have been influential in both away wins this week.

Burr said: “Since I’ve come in with Josh (Gowling) the board have been very supportive in helping us in bringing lads in and helping to move one or two lads out, we couldn’t have had any more support.”