CONCORD Rangers player-assistant manager Lee Minshull is looking forward to seeing some familiar faces tomorrow.

The Beach Boys will take on Welling United at the Aspect Arena and Minshull played under the Wings’ boss Mark Goldberg during his time at Bromley.

But Minshull is hoping that he will be celebrating at the final whistle after picking up three National League South points.

Minshull said: “You want to have a good home record and, if you can also pick up some points away, you know you’re going to be there or thereabouts fighting near the top of the table.

“Welling have players I know because I have played with or against a lot of them.

“I also know Mark Goldberg well because I played for him at Bromley, so it will be nice to see some familiar faces.

“We will have to be up for it and at our best if we want to pick up the three points because they are a very good side.”

Having started the season with three consecutive victories, Concord have now gone four outings without a win.

And Minshull is keen to return to winning ways.

“We made a decent start to the season and we don’t want that to be forgotten,” added Minshull.

“We have got two big home games coming up against Welling and then Braintree Town on Tuesday, so these will be good tests for us.

“Having evaluated the games against Maidstone United and St Albans City over the Bank Holiday weekend, we know where we need to improve.

“If we play as well as we know we can, then I’m confident that we can get a positive result.”