HEREFORD manager Josh Gowling says his side are 'chomping at the bit' to get back to winning ways.

The Bulls were left disappointed on Tuesday night when their planned fixture against AFC Telford United was postponed due to a 'Covid-19 event' in the hosts' camp and also their planned trip to Darlington on Saturday.

Following their 3-3 home draw with Kettering Town on Saturday the Bulls were keen to play again.

"It's frustrating as we wanted to get a run of games together and get momentum, but we've stopped again," said Gowling.

"We've done a lot of work with the lads after the disappointment of how the game went on Saturday.

"The lads are chomping at the bit to play again."

A recent run of poor form has seen the Bulls win just one of their last five games.

Gowling is certain his squad can turn their form around.

"Looking at our squad if we show what we are about then we don't have to worry," he added.

"It's nice going into games knowing that if we do what we can then we will win the game of football.

"If we get our concentration levels right then I know it's in our hands.

"It's a new squad and team which had a fragmented pre-season due to injuries.

"It's nice to see them playing attractive football which I would like to think the fans are enjoying.

"We're playing well and creating chances but it's the minor details and little periods of the game that have let us down.

"Kettering didn't have anything really but scored three goals from three lapses of concentration.

"They were three great strikes and on another day those go out for goal kicks.

"Sometimes you ride your luck but we got punished for it.

"We spoke a lot on Monday and the lads were chomping at the bit to put that right.

"The players are frustrated by our home form but are determined to turn it around.

"I have full confidence in the squad that will come and somebody will get it."