GARY Hackett says Stourbridge will be going all out to beat King's Lynn Town to secure second place in Southern League Central.

The Glassboys are already guaranteed a home semi-final in the play-offs but will now battle it out with King's Lynn this Saturday to decide who takes the runner-up spot and a potential home final.

The third-place visitors sit just a point behind Hackett's men ahead of their trip to the War Memorial Ground (3pm kick-off).

Stour go into the final game of the regular season on the back of a 3-3 home draw to Alvechurch last Friday and Monday's 0-0 stalemate at Rushall Olympic.

The boss is determined to look no further than the King's Lynn clash this weekend and has no intentions to quell his side's attacking intent despite a draw being enough to bag second.

He said: "The King's Lynn game is a big game and we're looking no further ahead than that at the moment.

"We really want to finish second. That would be a good achievement and that is our next aim.

"King's Lynn would have been a lot of people's favourites to win the league this year and it's no surprise to see them up there now, but the same could be said of us.

"We'll certainly be going for the win against them because that's the way we play. It's when you start thinking about the draw that things will start going wrong.

"There'll be no letting up from us."

On the successive Easter bank holiday draws, he added: "The three form teams in the league are Alvechurch, Rushall Olympic and King's Lynn, so we've had a tough run of games to end the season. That might not be a bad thing heading into the play-offs as we've certainly had some competitive games.

"To say the Alvechurch game was a rollercoaster would be an understatement. We were 2-0 down and playing badly and I couldn't see us getting back in it, then not long after we were 3-2 up.

"I still think the ref made a mistake in the build up to their equaliser in the 94th minute. Greg Mills was fouled but he didn't give it and they have gone up the other end and scored.

"That's the way it goes sometimes.

"We expected a tough game against Rushall and that's what we got. We have defended excellently though and that was a big positive."

Stour will have to assess injuries to Luke Benbow, Leon Broadhurst and Aaron Forde ahead of the weekend.