TENBURY United boss Aaron Morris says his side must ‘draw a line’ under their ‘worst performance’ of his reign if they are to regain top spot in Herefordshire League Division One.

United slumped to a surprise 5-1 loss at mid-table Lads Club Reserves last Saturday and were deposed from the summit by new leaders Hinton Reserves.

The top two will meet a week on Saturday but before then United will hope to get back on track at bottom side Dore Valley this weekend.

Boss Morris said: “Saturday was, since I’ve been manager, the worst performance I’ve seen from us by a country mile.

“Everyone was poor, all of their goals came from our mistakes – it was just one of those games you have to try to draw a line under.

“But it's football – you are going to have wins and you are going to have losses, it’s about how you react.

“It hurts to lose top spot but it’s still on our hands as we have to play every other team up there and it might be a good thing that we’ve had a trouncing.”

United are set to welcome back striker Mark Boucker who is rejoining from Westfields.

Elsewhere, Tenbury Town are hoping to play their first home game in a month this Saturday as they host United’s conquerors Lads Club Reserves.