Boss Gavin Cowan has hinted he is aiming to mount a play-off push with AFC Telford United this season, report The Shropshire Star.

The Bucks picked up a point at Kidderminster Harriers tonight after kicking off the National League North campaign with a 1-0 win over Southport on Saturday.

“I had a question for the lads at the start of the game, before we went out,” said Cowan after the 0-0 draw at Aggborough.

“I said ‘what do you want to be this season, a team struggling against relegation, in mid-table or in and around the play-offs? Where is it you want to be?’

“If you want to be anywhere outside the play-offs you’ll come here and get turned over.

“If you have aspirations to do well, you have to come to places like this and win or get something out of it.

“It’s early days. We’ve got four points out of six, it’s a great start, but I’m more optimistic about the performances.

“I’m focusing on performances and hoping results take care of themselves.”

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