HEREFORD manager Paul Caddis says that the Bulls are working on areas where they can hurt League Two side Gillingham ahead of their FA Cup first round tie.

Hereford’s visitors come to Edgar Street having lost four of their last five games despite sitting eighth in League Two.

“Of course we can (cause an upset),” said Caddis.

“It’s the FA Cup, why not have a go and see where we go. We’ll have a brilliant support, I’m absolutely guaranteed of it.

“We’ll set-up this week and work on a few things that Gillingham do. We’ll work on the exact things that we know we can hurt Gillingham with.”

Hereford were given a boost last weekend with the return of striker Jason Cowley who came on as a substitute in their 2-1 victory at Chorley.

Cowley has been out for 12 weeks injured and came on with eight minutes remaining in the National League North game.

Lassana Mendes also returned in the league win having not played for over two weeks.

Caddis added: “Cowley went to the specialist on Wednesday and the specialist’s word to him was ‘why are you not playing games?’

“I was still a bit cautious but we only had four available players on the bench. He did a tough session on Tuesday and Thursday and looked as if he hadn’t been away.

“I thought lets bring him on. He then gets a little knock and everybody thinks ‘oh no’. But it’s not what the previous injury was. It was on his other ankle that he took a kick on.

“Cowley the way he plays the game right on that thin line where he’s going to get kicks. He’s got no problems.”