Clevedon Town manager Alex White said his side are “desperate to create some more” great memories in the FA Vase.

The Seasiders welcome Brockenhurst to the Everyone Active stadium this Saturday in the second round.

And White has urged on his side to go out and produce another excellent performance in their game with the Wessex League Premier Division side this Saturday.

“I love the FA Vase, it’s such a special competition,” he said.

“We’ve made some great memories in the past and we are desperate to create some more.

“We think we’ve got a tough draw though and we’re going to have to take our league form in to the cup if we want to stand a chance of progressing as Brockenhurst are a good team going well in their league.”

Clevedon are currently unbeaten in 12 Toolatation Western League Premier games, where they have nine wins and three draws from the 12 games so far this season.

The Seasiders are second behind leaders Bridgwater United and are enjoying their best start to a campaign since the 2001/02 season.

However, despite their good form White says all that is thrown to one side and he will take nothing for granted against the Badgers.

“We’re good at home historically, we think it’s an advantage because it’s where we’re comfortable,” he added.

“Form is kind of irrelevant really for these games as it’s a one-off cup game against an unknown side and that’s the beauty of the competition.”

White said these types of games are massive but once they walk out onto the field they will do so with all the emphasis of treating the match like they normally do.

“They are big occasions on paper but when we cross the white line we have to treat it as another game,” he said.

“Generally, teams raise their games in the Vase and they are usually quite cagey games so we’ll try and settle as quickly as we can.”

Clevedon head into the tie on the back of a 5-1 win against Yeovil Town in the Somerset Premier Cup last Wednesday.

Sam Beresford’s second hat-trick of the season plus further goals from Owen Punselie and Sol Kent helped the Seasiders reach the quarter-finals for the first time since the 2018/19 season.

“It was an excellent night, we were really on it and had a proper ruthless mentality,” White added.

“Admittedly it was a young side Yeovil put out but they are a full time club and had some very good players on the pitch so overall it was a terrific performance.”