WESTFIELDS manager Phil Glover says his side will be taking nothing for granted when they visit bogey side Lutterworth Town in the FA Vase on Saturday.

The hosts knocked Fields out of the FA Cup and FA Vase last season, both times at Allpay Park.

Fields have been without any competitive action since beating Romulus on penalties in the previous round on October 31.

A season which has seen them play just four league games so far.

To prepare for the tie Fields were playing an in-house friendly behind closed doors this week.

"We're not taking anything for granted after last season when they deservedly beat us twice," said Glover.

"We're not underestimating them and we're doing the best we can to be at the best we can.

"It's not ideal going back into such a big game. But on the plus side the lockdown has allowed us to get the injured lads back fit.

"It's the first time this season we've got all the injured lads back which will give me a welcome selection headache."

The Hellenic League will commence next weekend (December 12) with a reduction in midweek fixtures and earlier 2pm kick-offs to reduce the cost of floodlights usage for clubs.