BURNHAM manager Paul Shone believes there is more improvement to come from his side despite an incredible seven-match winning streak.

The Blues made it seven wins on the bounce after a 3-2 victory against Didcot Town Development in the league on Saturday, before a 1-0 win over Risborough Rangers Reserves in the Floodlit Cup on Tuesday.

Shone believes their form would read very well at any level, but he explained there is still more to come from his players.

He told the Observer: “It’s two more wins and 11 on the spin now when you take out of consideration the FA Cup and Vase, so our domestic form is very good.

“We’ve got a really healthy squad and competition for places is ripe. The players are chomping at the bit and delivering on all fronts.

“If they can keep on delivering and keep on following our instructions then that’s all we can ask for.

“In terms of personal performance, there’s more to come from each player, but as a team we’re playing really well and taking on board what we want them to.

“We’ve got some very good young players and they’re perfect for what we want to do at this club.

“We’re tying to teach them the right things and, if they can learn from that experience, we will get a little bit more from each one.”

Burnham made progress in the Floodlit Cup when a single goal from Kian Duncan was enough to beat Risborough Rangers Reserves at The Gore in midweek.

Shone commented: “It was as dominating a 1-0 win as they go but credit to Risborough because they came with a gameplan and did it really well. They defended well but our quality came through in the end.

“It was a pleasing win and we got minutes into squad players that stepped up to the task on the night.

“We had to stay focused for the 90 minutes but it’s another win and we can move onto the next one.”

A goal from Aiden Higgs gave The Blues the lead against Didcot Town Development last weekend, but Ross Macdonald equalised before the break.

A second Higgs strike plus a own goal gave the home side some daylight after half-time before Macdonald pulled another back on the hour mark.

The win means Burnham have moved up to fourth position in Division One East ahead of a visit to The Gore from Wallingford Town this Saturday (3pm).

Shone said: “We will take it one game at a time and the match this Saturday will be a difficult task, but I know their manager well.

“He will have them fired up and come with a gameplan to stop us because he looks at detail like myself, but we will have a plan for them as well.

"If we can perform like I know we can then we#re a match for anyone in this league at the moment.

"Our form at home is very good so we will be up for giving them a good game."