HEREFORD will be looking to cause an FA Cup upset in the fourth qualifying round after drawing National League side Rochdale.

After beating non-league step four side Cambridge City 3-0 on Saturday, they have been handed a tie at home tie against Rochdale on October 14.

Paul Caddis side have started to hit their stride and were in impressive form as they swept aside Cambridge at Edgar Street with goals courtesy of Alex Babos, Yusifu Ceesay and Jack Tolley.

“It was very professional,” said Caddis after his side’s third win on the bounce.

“We had to be respectful to them, be professional and the best way of showing respect is performing on the pitch.

“I’m never happy, I always want more and I think we could get more goals in a game like that. That’s clean sheets in the last three games now, if you keep clean sheets, it’s not rocket science, then you’ve got a chance of winning football matches.

“We’ve been a lot more solid of late, grown as a group and individuals but there is more to come from us.”

The Bulls are back in league action this weekend when they travel to South Shields.