LUKE Gullick has pledged to put the disappointment of Saturday's FA Cup exit firmly behind him as Chippenham prepare to host Heybridge Swifts in the FA trophy.

The former Supermarine striker was on target in the Bluebirds' 3-2 defeat to Horsham last week and is hoping for an extended run in the side to showcase his talent.

Gullick also created two goals in the 3-2 Errea Cup win at Bridgwater in midweek, and must be a strong contender for a starting shirt tomorrow.

"I need a run of about six or seven games just to show Adie (Mings) what I'm really capable of," he said.

"But when the team is playing well and scoring goals it's difficult to break into the side.

"Jake Reid has been scoring for fun so the other forwards all have to be patient.

"If I do get a start on Saturday I will be giving 110 per cent."

Gullick revealed the dressing room was a depressing place after the shock defeat to Horsham, but the striker believes Chippenham can use that defeat to their advantage this weekend.

He said: "I think there were a lot of nerves out there. People were frightened of making mistakes and we didn't play our normal game. I think maybe the occasion got to a few of us.

"It was a learning experience. Hopefully when it comes to big matches like the FA Trophy we will keep our heads."

Cirencester Town travel to Cheshunt tomorrow looking for a third win in four Southern League matches.

Alex Frost could make his second start at the heart of the Ciren defence, despite scoring an own goal in Tuesday's 2-0 defeat to Bristol City in the Gloucestershire Senior Cup.

The loan signing from Team Bath sliced into his own net on his debut but should still be included in the squad.

Captain Chris Collins and midfielder Michael Jackson both return for the Centurions as boss Adie Viveash looks to erase the memory of last week's 2-1 reverse at home to Yate.

He said: "Cheshunt have produced some good results at home so it will be a tough trip.

"But these are the games we have to win if we want to pull away from the sides around us at the bottom end of the table."