LYE Town boss Craig Harris has vowed they'll be no let-up from his side for the remainder of the season as they look to start climbing the Midland League Premier Division table this week.

The Flyers were due to visit Coventry United this week before entertaining high riding Coventry Sphinx this Saturday at Stourbridge Road.

Despite being relatively clear of the relegation zone, Harris said: "We're not safe yet. We still need to get a couple more wins under our belts.

"As a result, they'll be no let-up. There's still plenty more to do. We've still got 15 more league games to play plus a cup final which represents 45 more points.

"I want us to finish as high as we possibly can and there's absolutely no reason why we can't finish in the top half of the table.

"It's not been the easiest season as it has involved a great deal of upheaval.

"Not applying to enter the FA Cup and FA Vase didn't help and put a dampener of things eerly in the season.

"There was also the long term injuries to key players Ben Billingham and Alex Dallinson, which set us back considerably.

"But now we're looking to the future and I want a strong finish to the season, that's important and will help consolidate things."

Lye are resigned to losing Sam Mills for a number of matches owing to his work commitments which require him to work shifts, but on the plus side, both Sam Tye and Reece Shilvock are back available to play.

Lye are also looking forward to the Worcestershire Senior Urn final when they face Bromsgrove Sporting.

The match is set to take place at Kidderminster Harriers in April and Harris added: "It's really something to look forward to."