HARRY Seaden is determined to help Great Wakering Rovers build on their impressive midweek win against Canvey Island.

Wakering beat the Gulls 2-1 at Burroughs Park on Tuesday night to move up to 14th in the Bostik North standings.

And shot-stopper Seaden, who is on loan from Southend United, is keen for Rovers to keep on picking up more points, starting with tomorrow’s game at home to Grays.

“It was a great win for the team on Tuesday and we really needed those three points,” said Seaden.

“Hopefully it can give us a boost and we can get more performances like that now and more good results, starting with Saturday.”

And Seaden is again looking forward to the contest.

“My loan spell at Wakering has taught me so much already about men’s football,” said Seaden.

“It’s given me vital experience which I can take on throughout the season.”