Gary Charman’s full focus is on Horsham’s league campaign insisting they must start to grind out results.
Hornets remain just outside the Ryman League South Division relegation places despite not having a midweek game as all three sides in the drop zone lost.
Charmans’s side get back in action with a trip to eighth placed Chipstead on Saturday, before a derby clash away to Worthing in the Ryman League Cup next Wednesday.
The player-manager’s full focus, however, is on their league fixtures rather than cup exploits.
He said: “They are a couple of tough games and both away. Everyone one wants to win in the cup, but we have got to get down to the league now.
“We need to make sure we get enough points on the board. We have been more than competitive in most games and done ok, but poorly in terms of results and we have got to grind out results now.
“Overall, we have done ok, but we have to get the results now the performances have promised.
“It’s one of those leagues where anyone can win two or three on the bounce or lose two or three.
“Burgess Hill are on a very, very good run and I wish them all the best, and apart from them, everyone else seems to be beating anyone.”
Junior Kaffo played his last game for Horsham on Saturday, read an exclusive interview with him in today’s West Sussex County Times.