DAVID Oldfield called on Oxford City to keep their standards high as they hunt back-to-back wins for the first time this season.

Goals from Joe Iaciofano, Elliot Benyon and Harvey Bradbury secured a 3-0 triumph over second-bottom Welling last Saturday.

Tomorrow, City travel to Hemel Hempstead Town, who sit directly above the London club in Vanarama National League South and are without a home victory this season.

Oldfield’s side are fourth in the table, but the manager knows they cannot afford any complacency.

He said: “We have to maintain our mentality to improve and to make sure our standards are as high as we can.

“The boys have consistently shown that effort and determination to do so, so we move forward with another really big challenge ahead of us, and we go from there.”

Meanwhile, Banbury United host basement boys Nuneaton Borough in Pitching In Southern League Premier Central.

It has been a productive week for the Puritans, who reached the fourth qualifying round of the Emirates FA Cup and beat Didcot Town in the Southern League Challenge Cup.

Thame United will look to progress in the Buildbase FA Trophy after seeing off Kidlington for the second time in four days.

Having won 1-0 in Division 1 Central last Saturday, they made the same trip in round one of the Southern League Challenge Cup in midweek.

Ryan Markham put Kidlington ahead after 23 minutes, but Dan West struck late to send the tie to penalties.

Thame won the shoot-out 7-6 and now turn their attention to tomorrow’s Trophy second qualifying round visit of Lymington Town.

North Leigh host Binfield, with Didcot at home to Frome Town – Oxford City’s FA Cup conquerors.

Kidlington travel to Cirencester Town, while the only game in Division 1 Central sees Wantage Town travel to AFC Dunstable.