WELLINGTON manager Gary Stevens says he didn't mind if his team were drawn home or away in the FA Vase.

Stevens' boys will host United Counties League Premier Division outfit Desborough Town in the first round after beating Littleton 2-1 on Saturday.

"I don't know anything about Desborough but we will go into the game with as much knowledge as possible," said Stevens.

"We played Shawbury away and beat them, so it didn't worry me if we were home or away with the way we're playing at the moment."

Stevens added that Littleton gave his side a tough game.

"It was probably a little bit tougher than the lads were expecting," said Stevens.

"It was a tight game but both teams were trying to play and their keeper pulled off a very good save in the first half."

Hereford FC youngster James Hancock scored Wellington's winner and Stevens says the 17-year-old has done well so far.

"We put him on Tuesday and he did very well," said Stevens.

"He is full of energy, so when we got an injury on Saturday, it wasn't a difficult decision to put him on."

Littleton opened the scoring in the second half against the run of play before Adam Newbury equalised with a fine strike.

Hancock then put Wellington in front with a neat finish before Josh Hunt rattled the crossbar with a penalty.

This weekend, Wellington go to Tividale in the West Midlands (Regional) League Premier Division.

"They are doing very well at the moment, so we will have to be at our best to beat them," said Stevens.