CRADLEY Town boss Andy Wyton wants his side to keep the heat on leaders Wolverhampton Sporting.

The Hammers are sitting in second place in the West Midlands Premier League after last Saturday's 4-3 success at Stone Old Alleynians.

Goals from new arrival Lee Chilton and Dreniz Bala and a brace from Josh McKenzie saw Town pick up all three points.

Leaders Sporting, meanwhile, suffered their first defeat against Tividale.

The Hammers will now welcome Wolverhampton Casuals to The Beeches this Saturday (3pm kick-off).

Wyton said: "I don't expect us to win it this season but we still need to make sure we keep the pressure on.

"Realistically a top six finish would be good for us but you never know how Wolves Sporting will react after their first defeat. When they lost one last season they really struggled to recover.

"They are four points ahead and have two games in hand but one of those is against us."

On the Stone win, he added: "We made it much harder for ourselves than it should have been.

"Sometimes, when you're dominating, the backline can switch off. We have conceded from two set-pieces and made one mistake. We got the win but should have been much more comfortable."

The arrival of Chilton from neighbours Halesowen Town was welcomed by the boss.

"It really is a massive coup for us," he said. "I've known him for a long time and we were keen to get him on board when we heard he was thinking of leaving Halesowen.

"He has a young family and doesn't want to travel as much at the moment so we are glad to get him. We played him behind the forwards against Stone and he did really well."