PEGASUS Juniors manager Mick Panniers is hopeful of bringing back some of the old guard as the Old School Lane outfit look to continue their resurgence.

Panniers' team have picked up seven points from their last three games after losing their opening eight matches.

Last Saturday, Pegasus hammered Wellington Amateurs 6-0 which came on the back of an excellent 3-2 win at Hereford Lads Club.

"I am hopeful that by this weekend I would have signed a couple of old players," said Panniers.

"We've already signed Dan Pugh from Kington and George Hayes, Tom Nunn and Greg Preece have come from Hereford.

"I have to thank Pete Beadle at Hereford for giving us a couple of his players because it's helped us massively.

"We tried to keep confidence high but it's not easy when you're getting beat every week.

"The main downside was a lack of numbers, but now we're getting a squad back.

"For the first seven or eight games it was about defending and keeping teams at bay, whereas now we're looking to win games.

"The Lads Club game was a bit of a turning point because it was the first time we had scored more than two goals in a game.

"It was a great boost for the boys, especially as we had some away playing in the FA Youth Cup."

Alex Hunt opened the scoring against Wellington Amateurs in the 16th minute before Kyle Panniers doubled the advantage from the penalty spot.

Hunt struck again on the half-mark, with Preece making it 4-0 in the 62nd minute.

Wilf Munn then scored 12 minutes from time, with Richard Harrison sealing the win.