REDDITCH United boss Darren Byfield labelled his side's success at Kings Langley as their best result of the season so far.

A double from Dior Angus saw Reds come from behind to bag a hard-fought 2-1 win last Saturday.

They had battered Bishops Cleeve 9-1 in the league cup last Tuesday but also bounced back to winning ways in the Southern Premier League after previously suffering successive losses against Slough and Basingstoke.

Byfield was pleased with the way his players showed the character needed to pick up the points from what proved a difficult away test.

He said: "I think winning against Bishops Cleeve in the manner we did has helped us.

"The players weren't short of confidence but a big win is always nice.

"We've then gone away from home against a side that is very keen to pick up their first home win. We started quite well but found ourselves behind to a penalty that wasn't a foul. It was a lesson that you can't get too close in the box because you risk giving the ref chance to give it.

"But we had to react and show our resilience. It was a very good away performance and in my view is our best result so far. Not the best performance but definitely our best result.

"Most times we have gone a goal down in games this season we have lost. There have been a few excuses for that but it was still something we wanted to put right.

"We came behind against Bishops Cleeve as well so to do it twice in a row shows that we have the right mentality."

The boss also praised Angus after he slotted home his 12th and 13th goals of the season on Saturday.

He added: "Dior puts in the work and gets the rewards.

"We have helped him and he is helping us. He's also be quick to praise Spencer Weir-Daly and Andi Thanoj who have set-up a lot of his goals."

The form of Angus and Weir-Daly is a big reason why Danico Johnson was allowed to leave for rivals Bromsgrove Sporting last week.

With first team chances limited, Johnson moved to the Victoria Ground and featured for the Rouslers against Long Eaton on Saturday. The door is not fully closed on the striker with United still holding his registration.

Reds will welcome St Ives Town to the Trico Stadium this Saturday (3pm kick-off).

Kevin Monteiro nears a start after featuring from the bench at Kings Langley but Pauly Apostolopoulos and Arjun Jung face fitness tests.