HEREFORD midfielder Tom Owen-Evans said there are ‘no limits’ for the Bulls after his side won their fifth game on the bounce.

The Bulls have drawn level on points with the play-off positions after a run of five league wins during November conceding no goals in the process, their latest coming with a 3-0 success over Kettering United.

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“I don’t think there are any limits really,” said Owen-Evans talking to Keith Hall.

“The last five games we have scored nine and not conceded a goal. We were second from bottom a month ago and now we’re level on points with the play-offs.

“We’ve played pretty much everyone in the league. There has been games we’ve not played well in but I think we’ve matched everyone in the league.

“We’ve got nobody to fear and for me there’s no limits. We want to go as far as we can.”

Owen-Evans scored the opening goal for Hereford in the first half direct from a free-kick beating the goalkeeper at the near post, which the midfielders said was slightly lucky.

“I’ve need a bit of luck recently, had one disallowed on Saturday and thing like that, added Owen-Evans.

“I’ve not really scored as many as I’d have liked too this year. Hopefully that bit of luck got me into the game and I got another one.

“I should have got three maybe four tonight. Hopefully I can kick on tonight and start scoring goals.”