STUDLEY players have the opportunity to put the record straight this Saturday when they entertain rock bottom Coventry Alvis in Midland League Division One.

The sides met in Coventry just two weeks ago when Studley were held to a 2-2 draw.

Studley boss Vaughan Pearshouse said: "The players know they under-achieved on that occasion.

"I admit we went into that game expecting to get three points, but you only deserve what you put into a game.

"We hit the woodwork on five occasions and that's something we need to improve upon.

"But we're also leaking goals at the moment. Earlier in the season we went six games without conceding a goal against some very good sides, so it's clear we need to tighten up at the back as well."

Pearshouse has completed the signing of former Hinckley and Black Country Rangers frontrunner Jake Healy who should feature against Alvis.

Pearshouse added: "Jake is a like-for-like replacement for Billy Garvey, who has returned to Redditch Borough and will give us more options up front.

"I may add another couple of signings as we still have 15 league games remaining. Fortunately we're not involved in anymore cup competitons".

Weather permitting, Studley will host Chelmsley Town next Tuesday.