WESTFIELDS manager Phil Glover says his side won't be taking their FA Cup opponents for granted when they meet Whitchurch Alport at Allpay Park on Saturday.

Fields beat Brocton 2-0 in the extra preliminary round last week and are hoping to continue their run.

Like Westfields their visitors play at step five of the non-league pyramid, plying their trade in the North West Counties League Premier Division.

"We go into every game in every competition with the mindset that we want to win," said Glover.

"We have done our homework on Whitchurch so will be fully prepared.

"It's nice to be at home but we know the underdog tag spurs teams on and so we will have to make sure we are focused and don't take anything for granted.

"I know with the team we set up we won't be underestimating anybody."

A dominant second half performance saw Westfields overcome Wellington 6-0 in a friendly tie on Saturday.

Westfields had been limited to a 1-0 lead at the interval through Keanu Cooper who scored a fine opening goal mid-way through the first half.

After a talking to at half-time Fields brought on fresh legs and Dan Stoneman scored a fine second half hat-trick put his side out of sight.

Furthers goals were added through Karim Pare and Basit Umar.

"We weren't at our best in the first half on Saturday," added Glover.

"To be honest after the midweek FA Cup game to go back to a friendly felt a bit weird.

"So I will let them off that 45 minutes, but I got into them at half-time and got a reaction in the second half.

"It was good of Wellington to have that fixture with us and made sure we were ticking over."