HARD to please Bromsgrove Sporting boss Paul Smith plans to push his champions right to the end of the season.

With the Midland League Division One title well and truly in the bag following last Saturday's 2-0 triumph over Studley, Smith insists they'll be no let-up and is determined to see his Sporting side go through the season unbeaten.

Sporting still have four league games remaining and Smith admitted to being on tenterhooks as his players inch ever closer towards achieving that unbeaten tag.

Smith said: "Even though we won the league with five games to spare, I'm still on edge.

"We will go down in folklore as 'Invincibles' if we can remain unbeaten. and it's something that the players can look back on with pride. We've gone 34 games so far, so the target is getting ever closer. I want to see a big zero in that end column come the end of the season, so I'm pushing the players really hard.

"I was really worried about the Pershore Town game on Bank Holiday Monday, coming so close on the back of Saturday's victory over Studley and all the celebrating that followed, but the players never cease to surprise me and I think they all realise they are now on the verge of a phenomenal achievement.

"In fact they keep surprising me by just how good they've been.

"Saturday was simply a joy to be part of, with everyone running onto the pitch at the end of the game. Afterwards we all went over to the Hop Pole pub and celebrated with the supporters. It was a really good night and I've no idea what time I got home!

Sporting supporters are to be allowed to have their say as to what colours the team play in next season.

Many of them have been hankering for a return to green, but at present, Sporting play their home games in red and white.

Chairman Mike Burke has now decided to test opinion by asking all supporters who attend Thursday's game against Uttoxeter Town to vote on the issue.

Smith revealed: "It's a situation that has really blown-up amongst the supporters and some people have really strong opinions about it and want to revive the old Rovers days.

"I can't believe just how big an issue it's become, with some supporters singing about it at games.

"I really don't mind what colour we play in. It's what's put inside the shirt that matters to me!"