ASSISTANT manager Michael Butcher remains confident it won't be long before Bracknell Town will reach peak form, writes Dave Wright.

"We are not long into the season with a brand new set of players," he said.

"Having players out injured hasn't helped us which means we are seeing new players come in and others go out.

"When we get more bodies back, we will be stronger and we should get more consistency from the group.

"Hopefully, the team will bed down a little bit more and I hope in five or 10 games more we will start to hit our peak."

Butcher considered the Robins were beaten by the better side when losing 2-1 at home to table-topping Westfield last Wednesday, saying: "We competed well at times, but only for spells. They showed a bit more ruthlessness in both boxes and probably deserved to win.

"The most disappointing thing was that at 1-1, they had one chance in the second half and scored from a ball over the top.

"When we had a chance, we failed to take it."

Robins rebounded by coming from 2-0 down to draw 2-2 at Chalfont St Peter on Saturday, Nathan Minhas and Dan Bayliss with the goals.