Romford have another cup final to add to their FA Vase success - and manager Dan Spinks is firmly in the camp of 'bring it on'.

The Boro won 4-2 at Saffron Walden Town on Monday evening to move into the final of the Errington Challenge Cup.

And with the Essex Senior League play-offs to come as well, Spinks believes this is a positive sign, showing how far they have come in the last 12 months.

Romford Recorder: Finlay Dorrell opens the scoring for Romford in their 4-2 Errington Cup semi-final win at Saffron Walden Town. Picture: BOB KNIGHTLEYFinlay Dorrell opens the scoring for Romford in their 4-2 Errington Cup semi-final win at Saffron Walden Town. Picture: BOB KNIGHTLEY (Image: Bob Knightley)

The boss said: "I was saying to the chairman after the game that this time last year, this cup game was our biggest of the season and we would have all been absolutely delighted in getting to the cup final. 

"We can’t get too big for our boots because we haven’t won anything yet but it is another one to look forward to and another day out for the club. 

"And hopefully it is another one that the boys can lift. A couple of the boys that have played in this cup haven't played so many league games. 

"Wayne Baker, the goalkeeper, has been there every step of the way and his attitude has been outstanding. 

"I was so pleased for him more than anything, to get him into a cup final as well.  

"To be honest, it's brilliant for the whole group." 

While the FA Vase has rightly taken the spotlight, this trip to the Errington final has allowed some of the other members of his squad to shine, casting severe doubt on their tag as fringe players.

Spinks said: "Some of them are so unlucky to be called fringe players because every time they go out there, they put in a performance.  

"I've got a boy who’s scored in every single round of the Errington Cup, but he struggles to get many minutes in the first team as he’s young and still learning. 

"But he has plenty of potential. 

"These boys would get in most teams in this league week in and week out but their attitude is so good. 

"That is a massive part of what I’m trying to build here and have done since day one." 

An extra game is perhaps not what was needed for the Boro, with hopefully two play-off games to come as well as the FA Vase final on May 11.

That is all on top of four games in eight days this week.

The Romford boss said: "I won't moan about that because that’s down to our success. If you've got no games left, it means your season's been a little bit drab. 

"Everything we've got now is because there are still things to play for, play-offs to look forward to and obviously Wembley to look forward to as well as now another cup final. 

"It's all positives and I don't mind the big games, it seems to be the lesser games that I struggle to get them up for to be honest with you. 

"And the boys always seem to find the performance for me.  

"The games are going to catch up with us and I rested a few [against Walden]. 

"They’ll come back and there will be few who played 90 minutes who will drop put before they come back in."