MANAGER Andy Wyton says Tividale will prove a true test of how far the high-scoring Hammers have come.

Confident Cradley Town will welcome second-placed Tivi to the Beeches this Saturday on the back of four straight successes.

They have also netted 15 times and conceded just two in those contests, including last Saturday's convincing 5-0 away win at AFC Bridgnorth.

A brace from Lee Chilton and goals from Josh McKenzie, Garfield Robinson and substitute Dreniz Bala leaves Cradley in fifth and just four points from the top of the West Midlands Premier League.

Wyton is now looking forward to testing his side against Tividale.

He said: "We started really well against Bridgnorth and scored in the first minute.

"We spoke about starting quicker because we were slow out of the blocks in the last game against Dudley and we didn't want a repeat.

"No disrespect to them but we haven't played the strongest sides recently, but you still can't complain at our goal return.

"I think we'll learn a lot more about where we are after the Tividale game.

"It is going to be a difficult match and they will be favourites to win it but it's a game we're all looking forward to.

"We felt hard done by after the reverse fixture when they had a penalty to win it so I think we owe them one after that. We know we can score goals so if we can keep a clean sheet then we should be able to win it."

The Hammers have no injury concerns ahead of the weekend and will also be boosted by the return of Darren Whitley from suspension.