GLASSBOYS boss Ian Long confirmed this week that wing wizard Greg Mills has been placed on the transfer list.

Mills didn't even feature on the bench for the Glassboys in their FA Cup clash with Stafford Rangers at the weekend.

Long said: "We've had a difference of opinion about the role he should play and it's best that we part company.

"I expect him to leave at some stage this week.

"It has been amicable and Greg has been very professional about it.

"Suffice to say, it didn't work out for Greg playing under us.

"I believe there already has been a great deal of interest , which is no surprise when you consider he was the second highest goalscorer in the Southern League Central Premier Division last season.

"The club is currently listening to offers and he goes with our best wishes.

"My only focus at the moment is next Saturday's game at home to Banbury United. They are fifth in the table and we are fourth, which underlines just what a big game that is and we need to get our minds set on that."

Long was delighted with the manner in which his Stourbridge side started the game against Stafford when they raced into an early 2-0 lead.

He added: "We were great for the first 25 minutes but then we took our foot off the gas and let them back in it.

"I was just glad to get through in what were difficult circumstances, with one of their player suffering a bad injury and the crowd disturbance that went on.

"This is the first time I've reached the fourth Qualifying Round and that goes for some of the players as well.

"But we've also got plenty of experience in the ranks with the likes of Kristian Green and Tom Tonks.

"We're hitting a good run of form at the moment with three wins on the spin but more importantly, the performances are looking better. The players and staff have been putting in a great deal of hard work and it's beginning to pay dividends."