STOURBRIDGE boss Gary Hackett is setting his sights on another Birmingham Senior Cup final.

Holders Glassboys turn their attention to the defence of their trophy as they prepare for a semi-final clash with National League North side Nuneaton.

Relegation-threatened Borough will visit the War Memorial Ground next Monday (7.45pm kick-off).

Hackett said: "It will be a difficult game for us and we are still the underdogs because we're playing a team from a higher level than ourselves.

"They may be struggling at the moment but they certainly haven't thrown in the towel and will be keen to salvage something from their season as well.

"We had them watched against Kidderminster Harriers last weekend and by all accounts they did really well.

"But we're at home and will go into the game fancying our chances.

"We had a tremendous night in the final last year and we'd relish the chance to defend our title this time around.

"It has the makings of a really good game and it's one we'll look forward to."

Stour go into the clash in good spirits following last Saturday's 4-1 home win over Leiston.

Striker Luke Benbow netted a second half hat-trick and winger Greg Mills fired home a free-kick as the hosts maintained their Southern League Central promotion push.

Hackett added: "It was an important win for us on Saturday because of not having another league game for two weeks.

"There will be other clubs playing so we just wanted to put three points on the board and then focus on the cup.

"We weren't great in the first half but hit some form in the second and got the win thanks to a fantastic hat-trick from Luke Benbow and a free-kick from Greg Mills.

"Luke had been struggling with a knock but you could see in training on the Thursday that he was fit and he showed what he is all about. It was really pleasing to see."

Forward Robert Thompson-Brown is rated as 50/50 to feature in the cup against Nuneaton but defender Darryl Westlake is already ruled out after picking up an ankle injury against Leiston.