BROMLEY manager Mark Goldberg was a happy man after his side rediscovered their winning touch to see off Worcester City 2-0 on Saturday.

Goldberg said: “I was very pleased with the performance this afternoon, especially in the second half.

“I thought we tried to play too much football from the back in the first half. We did encourage this at the start of the game, but the pitch was a lot more bobbly than we had realised and we got ourselves in trouble when trying to overplay.

“We didn’t penetrate enough although we still created two or three goal scoring opportunities and the goal that was taken by Warren McBean was magnificent.

“It was a really professional finish after a turn of pace and he showed what he is all about.”

The manager added: “In the second half, we asked the players to penetrate a little bit quicker and start playing our football further up the pitch.

“I think it worked, the midfield tucked in a little bit better, we always felt we were going to carve opportunities to score and we kept it relatively tight at the back.

“All in all, it was a very good performance, clean sheet and three points and we will just keep seeing if we can reach our highest position since reaching the Blue Square South.”

Goalkeeper Wes Foderingham made his debut for Goldberg's side, and the manager was quick to praise the on-loan Fulham stopper.

He explained:“I thought Wes showed a lot of confidence in his first game and he managed his area extremely well.

“Having him behind the back four seemed to give us a new confidence and we kept feeling we were capable of keeping a clean sheet.

“His kicking was good and he created opportunities from his goal kicks, which is something that we can add to our armoury.”

The Lillywhites travel to Dover Athletic next Saturday in a game which Goldberg believes could decide Bromley’s fate this season.

He said: “I think the Dover game is a bit of a make or break game to see how high we can finish in the league.

“There are a lot of teams in the pack around us and if we lose then we might end up as a mid-table team, whereas if we win the game, we will be confident of achieving our highest finish so far, so it is a very important match for us.”