Clevedon Town manager Alex White is expecting "revenge" from Wellington when his side travel to The Playing Field in the Toolstation Western League Premier on Saturday.

The Seasiders face the Tangerines for the second time in a month after a 5-0 win at the Everyone Active Stadium in October.

"They're going to be wounded by when we played them a couple of weeks ago, they weren't happy with that game the way that they played and they want some revenge," White said.

"They'll want to be that first team to beat us in the league because that lost column is a nil at the moment, so it's going to be tricky because that is always a tough place to go.

"So, it's a week to prepare. I hope the games on because you want to play when you are doing well and the squad's looking strong at the moment and touch wood staying free of injuries. We just want keep the games coming thick and fast."

Town have won their last eight in a row in all competitions for the first time since their title winning season back in 1992/93 season, including five in each of their last four games and are yet to lose so far this season after 10 wins and three draw from their first 13 games.

And White said there is pride about a zero in the loss column.

"It really does, because there's some big names out there, some big teams, and it's not like we've only played a couple of games." he added.

"I think we've played what, 12 or 13 now, there's a lot of games. We are third of the way through the season.

"If you have said to me at the start of looking at that league table, which I try not to do and try not to get carried away, that we'd have none in the lost column and you know we're through in the Vase and going well in the Somerset Cup, of course I would have snapped your hand off.

"But I wouldn't have bet where we are, but you got to enjoy it, I mean the group's a strong group. So, it's up to them now to see how far we can go, we don't want to set targets, we just got to enjoy it while we can stay in the cup competitions and keep winning in the league, it's continue to go with it."