Midfielder Adam Newbury has signed from Hereford Lads Club and defender James Febery has moved across from Malvern Town to bolster the Fields squad as they head towards the Christmas period.

“I’ve played alongside both of them as a player and know their qualities,” said Glover.

“Adam (Newbury) has been on the radar for a couple of seasons really but it hasn’t materialised for whatever reason.

“James (Febery) is somebody I know and I can trust. I played alongside him in Westfield’s FA Cup run. He adds that bit of steel and for us he is a good fit.

“Both players are a perfect fit for the football club. They will help us get on the ball and make things happen.

“At the weekend Adam started and played well, he will get better as we’ve seen in training. When we bring players in we look at the players what they will bring to the side that we’ve already got and consider if they will improve us.

“Goals are where we’ve been lacking at the moment especially at home and Adam (Newbury) is very good with dead balls. Our defence is right up there with the top few in the league with goals conceded it’s up the other end of the pitch which over the years haven’t been a problem for us.”

Glover was left frustrated on Saturday when visitors Roman Glass St George scored a dramatic 94th minute equaliser to deny his side a home win

Both sides had observed a minute of silence for the late Ronnie Radford and then served up an entertaining end to end game in which Westfields new signing Newbury had a good debut.
After a goalless first half Westfields took a 70th minute lead when Archie Muirhead fire home from 12 yards out to put Fields ahead

The hosts then had a couple of half chances to increase the lead but did not make the best of their set plays.
The visitors came back strongly and deep into injury time Fields failed to clear a corner and a goalmouth scramble allowed Lewis Gilchrist to stab home the equaliser with practically the last kick of the game.

“It’s really fine margins and the Roman Glass draw was really hard to take,” added Glover.

“It’s those draws that we need second goals to finish games off. Performances can be better which has led to us being a bit disjointed, but we’ve ground results out.

“Over the years we’ve lost games that we’re now drawing. If we could turn a few of them draws into wins then we’d be right up where we need to be.”