SOLIHULL Moors are looking ahead to their next two games with optimism after the match against Eastwood Town was postponed due to technical problems.
The team is still basking in the glory of putting five goals past high-fliers Gainsborough Trinity last week, putting them in good stead to tackle league leaders Hyde next week.
But club chairman Nigel Collins said, despite scoring the first ever league hat trick last week, the team must not become flippant.
He added: “We could have done with the game on Saturday but unfortunately there were circumstances beyond our control. We are now concentrating on the forthcoming games. Hyde are at the top of the table so it will be a difficult task for us but that doesn’t mean we don’t have a fair opportunity.”
Solihull will also be playing their away game against Rushall Olympic Tuesday, January 31.
Collins said: “This is a competition we consider of great importance and we would like fans to know we are doing are upmost to ensure we play a good game.”