WINDSOR manager Mick Woodham has explained his side produced a terrific performance to beat Fairford Town 2-0 on Saturday, writes Rob Stevens.

Windsor made it four wins on the bounce in the Hellenic Premier Division thanks to first-half goals from Kane Fitzgerald and George Gould.

Woodham believes it was straightforward and comfortable for his team, and he argued Windsor have learnt to play at Stag Meadow having completed a hat-trick of victories.

He told the Observer: “It was a really good performance from us and at times we were probably better than against Brackley Town Saints. It was straightforward and comfortable for us.

"I don't remember Hugo Sobte (keeper) have to make any saves really so we were very dominant and kept a clean sheet.

"Fairford aren't an easy side to play against but our shape was good and the boys worked hard.

"We scored the first goal at a very good time and controlled the game after that in fairness.

"It was a terrific performance at home and we thoroughly deserved the win, so it was the perfect day."

Woodham continued: "We have four wins on the spin and conceded just one goal, and we're finally playing well at home which hasn't always been the case.

"We've learnt how to perform at home but there's no real pressure on us of sorts.

"We want to finish as strong as we can but it has been difficult and we've had to work hard in the last month.

"We're starting to enjoy ourselves, move up the league table and show what a half decent side we can be at times."

Gould, 26, scored his 50th career goal for Windsor last weekend and Woodham believes the midfielder is enjoying is football.

He said: "George is having a good season and chipping in with a few goals now, certainly since Christmas.

"He is getting into the right place at the right time and looks like he's enjoying himself.

"If he can get into double figures at the end of the season it shows that we're going well."

The win means Windsor remain in seventh position in the league table but now just three points behind Ascot United and with three matches in hand on their rivals.

Windsor remain at Stag Meadow for the visit of promotion-chasing Bishops Cleeve this Saturday (3pm), before Flackwell Heath make the journey next Tuesday (7.45pm).

Woodham commented: "Bishops Cleeve have been in the top three or four all season so their consistency is good and they've got players they can turn to when needed.

"I expect it will be a tough game because they've hot a lotto play for, but there's no pressure on us."

"All four of our remaining league games will be very difficult and we're under no illusions as to how tough they will be.

"The challenge for us is to take points from each game and we can do that if we keep on doing what we have been.

"We will look to keep on improving and get ready for the Hellenic Challenge Cup final."