HEREFORD midfielder Tom Owen-Evans says his side will give it 'absolutely everything' in the FA Trophy at Aldershot on Saturday.

The Bulls go into the quarter-final clash knowing that a defeat would end their season while a win would leave them one game away from a Wembley final.

In their fourth round clash Hereford saw off Stamford 2-0 who were also without league football.

The 23-year-old says they will also have that motivation on Saturday.

"We played Stamford in the FA Trophy and their league hadn't carried on," said Owen-Evans.

"Our team talk before the game was that this could be their last game so they are going to throw everything at it.

"It might be our last game so we'll go there and give it absolutely everything.

"I'm confident in the boys and the team that we can go to anywhere out of the teams that are left in the Trophy and win.

The Bulls finished their league campaign with a 2-0 win over Brackley Town last week - their ninth game unbeaten.

Owen-Evans said despite the league being null and void the Bulls are continuing to train hard.

"We're fully focussed on keeping this run going, we're nine unbeaten now," added Owen-Evans.

"I know all the boys will feel the same as me that we've got a good team and feel we can do something special here.

"For me personally it's been my best start to the season so far.

"The gaffer said other teams won't be doing what we have.

"Everybody is fit, prepared, knows their job and is ready to go.

"We've got the dirty side of the game and can play as well.

"Hopefully they (Aldershot) will see results like the Brackley game, it's a bit of a statement and we can go there and get a result."

Chris Camwell scored Hereford's second goal last week against Brackley with a right footed long-range strike.

Owen-Evans says when games are close his team-mates quality can be the difference.

"I didn't know he had it with his right foot to be fair but his left foot is an absolute wand," added Owen-Evans.

"With his right he's slung that in. That's what you need in games when you're battling, somebody with a bit of magic to win it for you."

Owen-Evans has also highlighted the team spirit within the Bulls camp as a key to their run of form.

"I think we've got a team that first and foremost works really hard for the manager and for each other," added Owen-Evans.

"Also we have quality and we can do both sides of the game really well.

"That showed against Brackley, we didn't play as well but we grinded, stayed together and there's a great team spirit between us which is massive.

"We deserved the three points. Every team that has come here and has been at the top of the league we've dominated them.

"You can see that we matched Brackley by doing the dirty work and that bit of quality, with Chris Camwell's goal shone through and got us the three points.

"You can see how much of a tight-knit group we are.

"Against Brackley was more of a battle and we weren't able to play at all.

"We went in after the game and said we hadn't played football that well but still come away with three points.

"I felt we were comfortable in the game and did the dirty work really well.

"(Jamie) Grimes and (Luke) Haines were unbelievable and you can see that.

"One of their players said at the end 'the way you press is unbelievable'.

"You could see that we put them under pressure and made them uncomfortable at the back.

"We deserved the three points."