BRIDGWATER United currently sit atop the Toolstation Western League Premier Division and after last weekend's win they are through to the Third Round Proper of the Isuzu FA Vase.

The Robins have been in a rich vein of form winning four games on the bounce, and in those four games they have scored fourteen goals.

Prior to that defeat, Bridgwater were unbeaten in seven matches in all competitions. In fact, in the league alone, Bridgwater have dropped points in just three of their 13 games played.

Manager Dave Pearse is pleased with his side and wants them to kick on as the season progresses.

Speaking on the FA Vase match, he said: "Our goal was to get into the draw for the next round, it was a heavy pitch again today but the first half we controlled the game and we scored three different types of goals.

"In the second half, I was a bit disappointed how we came out conceding a goal early on, but we got a fourth and fifth to seal the win."

Last season, Bridgwater lost 1-0 in the Round of 16 in the FA Vase, a benchmark that Pearse hopes the team can beat this campaign.

"One game at a time of course, but we have a squad much better this year than last year, if the boys stay on it and keep their attitude we will try and push further and progress further than last season."

One man who has been enjoying a strong season is midfielder George King, as the fan favourite has been in a rich goal scoring run in the league of late.

After the FA Vase match, King said: "I want to keep my place, there is a lot of competition in midfield so I have been doing my best to keep my spot.

"This is a great group here at the club, we are doing well and we want to keep doing well."

Up next for Bridgwater is a trip to Paulton Rovers on Tuesday (November 14) in the Somerset Cup.

Pearse added: "We will use the squad depth to make some changes on Tuesday, but we will still be going there strong.

"We will be definitely trying to progress, I think if we win that we are in a quarter final, so we will be trying to get the win."