WESTFIELDS manager Phil Glover is looking for his side to build on their performance after beating title rivals Cribbs 3-1.

Fields reduced the gap on leaders Bishops Cleeve to seven points with a game in hand despite suffering back-to-back league defeats before the visit of Cribbs to Allpay Park.

“The league doesn’t lie and they’ve got more points than us at the moment,” said Glover.

“It’s a good performance from us and one we need to build on really. We’ve had a set-back but with the young side that we’ve got and changes we’ve made in the summer the inconsistency is going to be the downside.

“It’s just staying in the hunt and being in and around it at Christmas. With lads coming back like Joel (Edwards), Billy Murphy and Rob Purdie.

“Three players there that will walk into any league or the one above. They are all due back in the next month or so.

“We are capable of going on a run which we did a few years ago. A run of two, three or four games on the bounce gets us right up there is this league.

“Everybody is beating everyone so we’re happy ticking along and picking up results. In the second half of the season notoriously Westfields have always been really good.”

A Josh Hunt penalty opened the proceedings before the visitors, who had only lost two league games from 15 going into the tie, equalised.

However, Richard Greaves fired Fields back ahead before Harrison Summers completed the victory in the second half.

“On the back of two defeats it was needed and I thought from start to finish we bossed the game,”

“We gave them a sloppy goal and a few half chances for them which is what we limited them too. From the moment our lads came in tonight you could see the lads were on it and that showed in the performance and the result.”