ROGER Herridge plans to add at least two new names to Binfield FC's management and coaching staff before next season, writes Dave Wright.

As he previously revealed in the News, the Moles boss is seeking an assistant manager and he is also looking to appoint a goalkeepers' coach.

A couple of months ago, he was close to quitting following a poor run of results, but now intends to stay following talks with chairman Bob Bacon and other club officials.

"They want me to stay and I still feel I have a lot to give, " said Herridge, who has missed just one game in 11 years of management, and that was with his previous club, Wokingham & Emmbrook.

"I have had a few people contact me about coming in as joint manager which is pleasing and it's now a matter of finding the right person, so we can work together.

"We need someone with different opinions and different ideas and hopefully knows a few players who would fit in here well."

During the season, Herridge had Paul Clayton assisting him, but he was then forced to give football a break due to family commitments.

The manager also confirmed that Rob Wytchard will continue to be his first-team coach, but he is seeking a coach for his goalkeepers, a role that has been vacant for two seasons.

The Moles ended their home fixtures on a high last Monday when they ended Shrivenham's 17-match unbeaten run with a 3-1 victory.

"They were a good side, but we didn't allow them to play that well," stated Herridge.

"We showed lots of energy and could easily have won by another two or three goals."

Sean Moore's early goal was cancelled out, before Danny Horscroft bagged a brace and he had a chance to complete a hat-trick, but his penalty was brilliantly saved by keeper Mike Alexander.

The penalty was awarded for a foul on youth-team regular Callum Wright, who had marked his first-team debut with a goal in the 1-1 draw against Fairford on Saturday.