HEREFORD manager Josh Gowling says he has a ‘plethora of attacking options' to select from as his side host bottom side Blyth Spartans tonight.

The Bulls have scored just 10 goals in 12 league games but come up against a basement Blyth side who have conceded 26 goals in 13 matches.

With strikers Victor Sodeinde and Pa Njie left on the bench in Hereford’s 2-0 win at Guiseley on Saturday and Harry Pinchard rested the Bulls boss says he has got options to choose from.


“Everyone is okay as far as I’m aware,” said Gowling talking to Keith Hall after Hereford’s 2-0 win on Saturday.

“It was a tough game so we’ll probably have a bit more of a recovery session on Monday. It was nice to see (James) Vincent back as he’s been out for a while.

“Especially when they (Guiseley) were getting on top in the second half it was nice to have that experience come off the bench.

“We’ve got a very good squad when everyone is fit. We’ve got a squad that can do something. It’s nice that pretty much everyone is back now.

“Levi (Andoh) has come on and is raring to go. We’ve got Victor (Sodeinde) and Pa (Njie). We’ve got Harry (Pinchard) so we’ve got a plethora of attacking options.”

The Bulls will be without Maziar Kouhyar who is away on international duty with Afghanistan.

While Miles Storey was taken to hospital with concussion during Saturday’s game with Guiseley so is likely to be out.

Meanwhile, George Forsyth is currently out injured.