Our best is yet to come, warns Cugley
|As his side prepares for their FA Cup
First Round tie at Chester City, Folkestone Invicta manager Neil Cugley
insists: "You haven't seen the best of us by a long way yet,"
writes Stephen McCartney.
Although ten-man Worthing ended their six game unbeaten run, Invicta earned a well deserved point in their hard fought 0-0 draw at Fisher Athletic on Saturday.
With his side training twice this week, Cugley admitted his players are relishing their trip to League Two outfit Chester City.
"Like I've said loads of times, they're a great bunch of lads to manage, Cugley told www.kentishfootball.co.uk.
"They're very level headed and looking forward to it.
"We'll go there and do a job and I think obviously on our day defensively we're so strong, then who knows?
"If we can keep a clean sheet for the first twenty minutes, who knows? We may bring them back to Folkestone (for the replay).
With his side 15th in the Ryman Premier League table, Cugley admitted it's time his side climbed the table.
"You haven't seen the best of Folkestone by a long way yet," he insisted.
"We've played all the top sides away from home now so we're looking forward to the rest of the season," said Cugley, who was a striker playing for Folkestone Town when the Cheriton Road outfit last reached this stage of the competition in 1982 when they lost 5-2 at Oxford United.
"Obviously the FA Cup run is important to us,
but I think we'll have a really good run between now and the end of the
season and start pushing to get into the play-off's.