Malmesbury Victoria boss Andy Wicks says the team can take nothing for granted as they prepare to face second bottom Tytherington Rocks on Saturday.

The Vics' form has been a bit topsy-turvy in the league. After beating leaders Cheltenham Saracens, they then fell to a 2-0 defeat against Thornbury Town on Saturday in their next league game.

Wicks' side bounced back from the Thornbury defeat with a 2-0 win over Fairford Town on Tuesday but insists they will take nothing for granted against Tytherington and will be hoping they can be more clinical.

"I'll set up as against Tytherington as if it's against Cheltenham Saracens or Thornbury because in this league you can have a disaster one week, then sign six players and turn it around," said Wicks.

"You can't prepare and say 'we need to mark him' and then turn up and he's not playing so nothing is a given and Tytherington won't be an easy game."

Wicks was unable to attend the game at Thornbury last weekend but was frustrated to learn his side missed a handful of guilt-edge chances. He did, however, concede that they lost to a stunning goal.

"I wasn't at the Thornbury game but from what I've heard they had two chances and took them while we missed three one-on-ones and hit the bar. I saw the overhead kick they scored and if they can score that while we miss three one-on-one's then we don't deserve to win so we need to be more clinical."

Malmesbury warmed up with a Floodlit Cup victory over Fairford and Wicks hailed a tactical switch which swung the game in their favour.

"We started with a 4-3-3 and they really got at us but we went 4-4-2 at half time and it changed the game but it was a really good win," he added.