JOINT-BOSS Wayne Oliver says Droitwich Spa have got their eyes on the prize after reaching the Worcestershire FA Saturday Junior Cup final.

The Saltmen ran out 3-1 winners at Feckenham to set up a showdown with local rivals Fairfield Villa at Bewdley Town’s Ribbesford Meadows on Saturday, May 12.

Nick Seabourne opened the scoring on 14 minutes when he headed home a corner before Jack Brimmell netted the equaliser for the hosts.

After Mark Burrows put Spa 2-1 in front at the start of the second period, Feckenham put pressure on their opponents.

But Droitwich, who were knocked out of the Les James Challenge Cup, Presidents Cup and Polymac Packaging League Cup on penalties, held firm.

With three minutes to go James Lemon sprinted into the box and fired in Spa’s third goal to seal victory.

Oliver said the win had given the whole club a much-needed boost after the frustration of being denied promotion from Midland League Division Two last season due to a three-point deduction for an administrative error.

“That cup win keeps the season going for us,” said Oliver whose side are in 10th position in the league.

“There was not a lot to choose between the two sides but we edged it.

“After everything that happened last year it was a case of settling down again and trying to get ourselves in a position to get to a final.

“We have been knocked out of three out of the four cups on penalties so we have been close but just haven’t had the luck.

“We are now in the final against Fairfield so we are all looking forward to it.

“Keeping the squad motivated for the final 15 league games is a lot easier when you have got a cup final at the end of it.

“It is the boost we all needed after the depths of last year.

“We know all the players and management at Fairfield so it will be a good day out for everybody.

"It won’t be easy but our aim is to win the cup now.”

Droitwich return to league action on Saturday with a trip to fourth-placed Northfield Town (3pm) and then host Earlswood Town at Stourport's Walshes Meadow next Tuesday (7.45pm).