FINDING a ruthless streak in front of goal is the latest challenge set for his players by Sporting boss Bren Kelly.

The Rouslers continued their fine start to life in the Southern League Central with a 1-0 away win at Lowestoft on Saturday.

Rich Gregory came off the bench to bag a second-half winner and move Sporting to 13th place in the table after six games this season. The contest also saw Sporting bag their first clean sheet of the campaign.

Kelly was happy with the win but knows just how his side can kick-on after chalking up 19 chances at Lowestoft.

He said: "Given the fact it was such a long trip and a lot further than we'd anticipated, it was a really pleasing win.

"Our preparation was key because it was a good performance from the boys.

"The clean sheet was important and we'd been working on our defending in the week. We haven't been far off clean sheets this season it was just a case of cutting out the individual errors. When we didn't make those mistakes it gave us the platform to go on and play our attacking game.

"Tom Taylor did well and is over his shoulder injury now. He's such an important player for us but we do need to wrap him in cotton wool a little bit even though he is such a solid, traditional, tough centre back that will put his head in where it hurts.

"We created 19 chances and taking more of those is the area we need to work on. You can't keep creating 19 chances every game to score one goal, so we need to be more ruthless in front of goal."

Bromsgrove are now set to host league leaders Rushall Olympic at the Victoria Ground on Tuesday night before welcoming Kings Langley this Saturday.

On Tuesday's clash, he added: "Rushall will be a huge test for us. They have started really well and Liam McDonald has put a really strong side together and I'm a big fan of the way he gets his side's playing.

"It's a difficult game but one we are looking forward to after Saturday's win."

Joe Hull is set to return from suspension to hand Kelly more defensive options.