HEREFORD boss Paul Caddis says his side have “destiny in our own hands” after a 4-1 victory at Peterborough Sports saw them move into the play-off positions.

The Bulls host play-off rivals Chorley on Saturday and then Alfreton Town next Tuesday night in an important week.

“It was really pleasing but we’re still very calm, we’re not getting carried away understand it’s three points and move on to Chorley,” said Caddis following the win at Peterborough.

“We’re one of few clubs with destiny in our own hands with Alfreton, Chorley, Brackley and Scunthorpe to play. All the teams up there, I prefer it that way.”

Ahead of their win at Peterborough Sports on Tuesday night the Bulls signed Stockport County youngster Jid Okeke on loan for the remainder of the season.

The 19-year-old wing-back, who was previously on loan at Chester, played the full match against Peterborough and played a part in Hereford’s third goal.

“Jid was excellent I thought, he offered us an outlet with his pace and power,” added Caddis.

“I thought he was a nuisance for them all night. Aaron Skinner came into the middle of the pitch and is Mr reliable, he will never be a 9/10 or 5/10, he will always be Mr consistent and that’s why he’s important to the team.

“In his last five years Aaron (Skinner) has spent three years as a central midfielder coming through the academy and two years as a left-back.

“He’s not naturally been a right back, we decided to move him there. Wherever he is he gives 100 per cent.”