BRIDPORT boss Adam Fricker is aiming to continue the Bees’ current winning run when his side travels to Shaftesbury Town in the Dorset Senior Cup quarter-finals tonight (7.45pm).

Fricker’s men have won four games in a row, beating Brislington, Weymouth, Willand Rovers and then Odd Down 3-2 on Saturday.

Bridport face a Rockies side who ply their trade in the same tier of English football in the Sydenhams Wessex Premier Division, where they currently sit in 12th place.

Fricker told Echosport: “We’ll go into the game fully-focused. For us, we just want to keep winning games, it becomes a very good habit.

“Confidence is very high and we want to keep that. We’ll be looking to be strong and we’ll be going all out for the win.”

Commenting on Shaftesbury, Fricker admitted they were an unknown quantity to him.

He said: “I don’t know too much about them, they got promoted last year.

“It will be a tough one for us. It will probably give an opportunity for players who haven’t played much for us.”

Several Bees’ players suffered from illness on Saturday, but Fricker is hopeful many will return and does not anticipate “wholesale” changes.

“Hopefully Alan Hill and Louis Rutter will be in the squad and hopefully Leighton Thomas will have recovered.

“Kameron Andrews has been struggling with an ankle injury so we won’t be risking him. Leigh Bailey and Braeden Symes will be missing as well.

“Other than that it’s a full-strength squad. We will probably make changes, but not wholesale,” he said.