WARMINSTER Town may be on a impressive unbeaten run stretching back to the beginning of December, but player-boss Jason Guy still thinks his team can get better.

The Weymouth Street outfit defeated Ringwood Town 2-1 at home on Saturday, a result which meant Warminster are unbeaten in eight games in all competitions.

In spite of this, Guy said: “There’s always room for improvement everywhere. I can’t fault the commitment and the work rate of everyone, there’s just certain aspects where we blow hot and cold.

“First half against Ringwood we were pretty good. Second half we didn’t hold onto the ball, there was a lot of sloppy passing and decision-making in the final third was poor.

“We should have wrapped the game up but as per normal we like to keep the crowd on their toes. I don’t think we were ever going to lose the game but they could have come back and got a draw.”

It was the second time in 12 days that Warminster had beaten the mid-table Hampshire side 2-1 in the Wessex League Division One.

Louis Sparey put the home side 1-0 up after 15 minutes when he applied the finishing touch to a chipped through ball from Matt Guy.

The lead was doubled shortly after the half hour mark when a team move led to Simon Reaney passing inside to Louis Sparey from a wide position, and his square ball was converted by Tom Welch.

The visitors got themselves back in it on 38 minutes when Jamie McGuckian made a good save but the ball fell to the lurking striker, who tucked away the opportunity.

Warminster play Verwood Town at home tomorrow.

Tom Welch is away on a coaching course and Mark Breffit is banned.

Tom Baxter is a doubt with an ankle knock but Darren Guy will return from flu.