CORSHAM Town manager Justin Flowers has his eyes set on promotion from Toolstation League Division One this season and says he would love to win the title too, writes JONATHAN LEIGHFIELD.

Corsham produced a superb run of form in the final months of last season to finish third in the table, and Flowers has targeted another similar showing this time around after keeping the entirety of his squad together for the new term.

Admitting that it was not easy to maintain last season’s squad, Flowers highlighted the importance of doing so in order to make a fast start to their campaign.

He said: “We had a really good second half of the season. After Keynsham, we had the best form in the league.

“A lot of our players had offers from other local teams and clubs at a higher level, so to keep every single player is really, really good from our point of view.

“That gives us a great platform to start this season, and we’ve added a couple too.”

With four teams able to secure promotion to the top tier of the Toolstation League this season, Flowers has told his team in no uncertain terms that they must aim to match or improve on their final result from 2018-19.

He said: “In terms of what we’re aiming for, getting promoted is definitely the aim.

“We’d love to win it, but that will be very difficult in this league.

“We finished third last year, so the minimum is to finish in the top four.

“That won’t be easy, but that’s the target we’re setting the players.”