PROUD boss Brendan Kelly hailed his brilliant Bromsgrove Sporting players after seeing them go unbeaten at home this season.

The Rouslers beat Coleshill Town 2-0 at the Victoria Ground on Monday to record the achievement.

That followed last Saturday's 3-0 away success at Aylesbury United as second-placed Sporting begin to gear up for this season's play-off challenge.

Kelly said: "I was delighted with the weekend, especially after using the squad.

"We played on a big pitch on Saturday in very hot conditions, so I was glad to be able to switch things around for Monday.

"The wins show that we have real strength in depth at the club and we have lots of options. That was the really pleasing thing.

"It also means we've now gone the whole season unbeaten at home.

"I probably don't praise the players enough sometimes but that is a brilliant achievement, especially as it's come on our debut season at this level.

"I take my hat off to them because they have done so well."

Before Sporting begin their play-off quest they must round up the regular campaign with a trip to Berkhamsted this Saturday.

Kelly said: "The motivation is there for us to go and beat Berkhamsted on Saturday because if we do it will mean we've beaten every team in the league this season.

"At the moment they are the only side that we haven't beaten and the players will want to be able to say they did that.

"In the previous fixture we were winning 2-1 at our place and ended up scraping a 3-3 draw in the end. We weren't happy at the time and I know they players will want to put that right this time around.

"Momentum is also massive when you're heading into the play-offs and that is also a big factor for us."

On the play-off challenge ahead, he added: "We will respect anyone we play in the play-offs but we're certainly not fearful of anyone.

"We'll just concentrate on ourselves and hopefully the whole town can get behind us.

"Those fans have played a huge part in that home record this season. Our average gate is up to nearly 1,000 and when we need that final moment and that final ingredient to help us then that's what they provide.

"Our away fans have also been brilliant and we're on first-name terms with most of our fans and that's the way we want it to stay."