CORSHAM Town manager Jeff Roberts believes the pressure is firmly on the teams around his side.

Roberts’ team have won all of their last three games in the Toolstation League First Division and the Corsham manager is now hoping for a top-four finish.

Such an achievement would represent a significant improvement on the targets Roberts set his side back in pre-season.

He said: “Obviously, Calne are up there as well - they have a few games (in hand) – but Calne and the teams under us have got to keep winning.

“The pressure is on them really. I don’t think we are scared of anyone, the confidence is high, and we want to concentrate on every game as it comes.

“I don’t think our aim this season was to get promoted. It was to be a stable side and to be competitive next season but things have gone a bit better than we thought.”

Free-scoring Corsham continued their recent form with a comfortable 3-0 win over Wincanton Town on Saturday.

A brace from Kalum Youngsam and one from Harry Myles took the Town’s goal tally to 13 in their past three games, all of which they’ve won comfortably.

Town made the breakthrough early when Youngsam cut in from the right and bent a 12-yard shot past the visiting goalkeeper.

His second was much simpler, tapping home a rebound from a Luke Bryan shot, before Myles put the game beyond Wincanton with a stunning 25-yard strike.

Roberts added: “We are on quite a good run now. We want to see what we can get from our last eight games – hopefully we can win every one.

“We are quite solid all over now. We are strong at the back and we brought in some players a few months ago, and strengthened up where we needed to.

“We are strong at the back and we are very quick going forward – we are making plenty of opportunities.”

Corsham are due to travel to Almondsbury UWE tonight.