Witham Town manager Mark Ashford insists big changes aren't needed to change his side's fortunes around in Bostik League division north.

Town are still bottom of the table after their 2-2 draw at Felixstowe and Walton United last weekend, but it was a valuable point against a top-nine side and Ashford was glad to see his team get rewarded for their endeavours.

He said that hadn't always happened this year as small errors had proved costly, but he doesn't feel it will take much for them to start posting wins on the board.

AFC Sudbury are the visitors to the Village Glass Stadium on Saturday and Ashford knows it will be a test for his team, but he felt they would come into the game with confidence after their display at Felixstowe and is now looking for his players to cut out the "little things" that have been costing them points in recent weeks.

He said: "Felixstowe are ninth in the table so for us to come away disappointed with a 2-2 draw shows that we are a better team than the league table suggests.

"We've now played every one of the sides in the top nine and no-one has looked a complete level above us.

"Our underlying performances continue to be reasonable and we just have to eliminate one or two little things in both boxes that have been penalising us.

"We were better at doing that on Saturday at Felixstowe and we'll continue to look for that against Sudbury this weekend as we now have two back-to-back home games to look forward to.

"Sudbury are always an excellent team who make very good use of their strong academy that produces some good players who they are able to blend in alongside good step four players. "They are a club on the rise and I expect us to be tested on Saturday, so we have to get heads down and focus on what we have to do.

"We have to try to keep improving on the little things that will turn results our way.

"It was good, after three defeats, to get something from the game at Felixstowe that reminds the boys that they can compete against any team in this league.

"It's just small things all over the pitch that have been letting us down - things in both penalty areas that make the difference between winning and losing games.

"They are little things that we can eliminate and we can improve them.

"We keep striving to improve week by week and we just keep our focus on each game as it comes and being competitive in every game and if we do that then results will follow that will push us up quickly.

"I know that once we have won one, then the second and third won't be too far away."