WESTFIELDS are looking to make additions to their squad following a blip in form which has seen them drop league points.

A late equaliser saw Brimscombe & Thrupp hold Fields to a 1-1 draw at Allpay Park on Saturday- leaving them with just one win from their opening four Hellenic Premier league games.

Fields have also suffered injuries in the opening month of the season with Sam Gwynne, Sirdic Grant, Matt Reeve and Billy Murphy all picking up knocks.

"It's our first real test but we're not panicking or going away from what we do tactically after the success we had last season," said Glover.

"I have confidence in our lads and in the squad. I think a couple of fresh faces will liven the squad up a little bit and give us a lift."

Following a midweek defeat at Lydney, Glover's side looked to respond on Saturday at home against Brimscombe & Thrupp.

Fields started slowly and the visitors created a couple of great early opportunities but they were thwarted by good defensive clearances by Kane Kahaki and Paul Hurrell.

The hosts eventually broke the deadlock in the 41st minute when a neat move resulted in Basit Umar creating space for himself before coolly slotting the ball home shortly before the interval.

After the break the visitors came more into the game and Steve Sarkodie made two full-length saves.

Westfields had lost Murphy in the first half to injury and were struggling to put constructive play together and the visitors looked likely to come back into the game with an equaliser.

Substitute Ben Snook came on and stole an equaliser for the visitors when he scrambled home the ball from close range following a left-wing cross.

"Brimscombe worked hard and made it difficult for us in the second half," added Glover.

"In the balance of play they deserved a draw and I think it was the right result."