Matt Gardiner was pleased with the professionalism with which Kidderminster Harriers sealed their place in the FA Cup First Round after the 6-0 win over Weymouth.
For the third time this campaign the reds smashed in six, and the prize for doing so on this day was plenty valuable.
It ensures Harriers will be in Monday night’s televised First Round draw – the first time they’ve made that stage since the 2013/14 run that took them to Sunderland.
Speaking at the final whistle, Gardiner was happy with how the team went about their task
He reflected: “Even in the last few weeks you can see we have been creating more chances and we’re taking them; we said we needed to do that today.
“But the most important thing was to be more solid and keep that clean sheet.
“So from my point of view we are happy on both counts.
“We had Weymouth watched a number of times and they have some good players, so we knew we’d have to be at it today and do a very professional job.
“We’re very pleased with the players’ attitudes and what we’ve done.
“It’s pleasing to get the result, especially for the fans.”