CRADLEY Town boss Andy Wyton is eager to return to winning ways against Black Country Rangers this Saturday.

The Hammers' clash at Bewdley Town on Saturday was postponed due to the icy conditions meaning they are still looking to bounce back following the 5-3 loss against leaders Tividale when they were last in action.

Wyton admits his side will again face another tough challenge against third-place Rangers but is keen to hit back as soon as possible.

He said: "Black Country Rangers will pose another tough test for us. It will be a difficult game because they are right up there even though they've played a few more games.

"They have a new manager in and have been signing a few new players as well.

"It's a game we can look forward to though. We are all involved to play in games like this.

"We were frustrated after the Tividale game and want to put that right."

Wyton has a full squad to pick from apart from the suspended TJ Munthali.

The manager also said he's currently in the hunt for another central midfielder to the ranks.