HEREFORD goalkeeper Martin Horsell says Saturday's 2-0 win at Weymouth proves the team are on the right track.

A long injury list meant the Bulls started slowly in the Southern Premier League, but three wins on the bounce has seen them push on in the quest to gain another promotion.

Horsell was Saturday's hero, saving a Brandon Goodship penalty, as well as the follow-up shot.

"We are on the track where we all expect to be and our league performances are starting to pick up," said Horsell.

"We are starting to play with confidence and look like we were last year when we won the title.

"Weymouth have still got a fairly big following compared to the other clubs in the league so it's good to come here and win."

Horsell said he was delighted with the penalty save and said the team felt comfortable leading up to that point.

"Apart from that five minute spell, I don't feel I was involved that much," he said.

"I had a quiet game up to that point and I'm glad I managed to stop them building momentum."

As reported last week, Hereford manager Pete Beadle is looking to bring in an extra goalkeeper in order for Max Harris to gain senior experience elsewhere.

"The gaffer has been 100% honest with me," said Horsell.

"He has told me that he is still looking for a goalkeeper and I understand in the football domain that you need competition.

"A new keeper would free up Max to get his experience and play men's football."

Last season, Horsell was battling Alex Harris for the number one spot, but a shoulder injury saw him miss a lot of games.

"I wish I had a cleaner run to battle out my position, but my injury meant I missed a lot of games last year," he said.

Hereford travel to Frome Town this Wednesday before facing AFC Hornchurch in the third qualifying round of the FA Cup.

But despite wanting a good cup run, Horsell knows winning the league is the club's main priority.

"There are teams like Tiverton that have been knocked out already and, when you look at the table, they could start to go ahead," said Horsell.

"So we need to make sure we're in touching distance.

"A good cup run would be great to pay back the fans, but of course we want to concentrate on the league.

"We've set the marker high and have achieved it for the last two seasons, and want to do it for this one."