Andy Butler is pleased to see competition for a place in his side is strong as the Belles made it back-to-back wins for the first time in the FAWNL Division One Midlands on Sunday.
The Belles’ 5-0 win over Solihull Moors was the first time they had picked up two wins in a row in the league, and with players also coming off the bench to make an impact in those two games, the headache Butler is getting is one he is actually happy to have.
“They all worked their socks off and I really cannot fault anyone, the subs have come on once again and done well, they’re showing that it’s a team game and they’re all ready to make an impact when they come on,” he said.
“It makes my life hard when I’m trying to pick the team and they come on and put in performances like that too, but that’s the way I want it to be, I want there to be good competition for places.
“They all have to make sure they carry on performing well in training too, we may have won 5-0 but if they don’t produce in the week, they know there’s someone else who could come in, everyone is eager to play which is great to see.”