HEREFORD FC goalkeeper Brandon Hall hopes to go unnoticed for another game on Saturday in the FA Trophy final.

Speaking to the Hereford Times at a media day ahead of the final, Hall said: “The first part of the season we struggled but once we built the squad and kind of got used to how each other play and how the gaffer wants us to play why let it stop now

“Everybody has put in a shift and we’ve got used to how we all playing alongside each other and we’ve had the continuity of pretty much the same squad.

“We know we can score goals so if we can keep a clean sheet we fancy ourselves to win.  It’s been a great run of clean sheets and wins.

“It’s the life of a goalkeeper really if you go unnoticed you’ve probably had a good game. You try not to make those errors and if you can go unnoticed you’ve probably had a good game as have the back four.”