WELLINGTON AFC manager Clive Jones has urged his players to "give it their best shot" away to Sholing in the second round of the FA Vase tomorrow (ko 3pm).

Saturday's game in Hampshire sees Wellington go in as underdogs, with their hosts lying third in the Wessex Premier Division and having won the Vase in the 2013/14 season.

The Tangerines go into the match without goalkeeper Connor Sidley-Adams (holiday) and defender Kai Fisher (his partner is expecting a baby), but key man Tim Legg returns, and so Jones has a near-full squad to select from.

"We want to give a good account of ourselves," Jones told the County Gazette.

"We want to make them have to beat us, not just be happy to be there.

"If they're better than us and they win, we'll shake their hands after it.

"But we want to give it our best shot, and have no regrets."

In terms of what his side need to do to upset their hosts, he said: "We need to keep the ball better than in the last two or three games.

"The lads always work their socks off, but you can't just work hard for 90 minutes - you have to play."

Jones added: "We're not expected to win, but the club would certainly be overjoyed if we did."