Hugo LANGTON has urged his side to be more ruthless in front of goal.

Lewes host Kingstonian tomorrow at the Dripping Pan and go into the game off the back of a 1-1 draw at high-flying Enfield on Tuesday.

However, Langton admitted that, despite the good performance, he was disappointed they didn’t win with the only thing letting them down being their finishing.

The Rooks boss is now urging his side to be clinical when they get chances in front of goal against Kingstonian.

He said: “I am confident that we will create chances on Saturday, but for us it is a case of now being more ruthless in front of goal in order to win games.”

One player that Langton will be hoping can help Lewes to be more clinical in front of goal is one of their newest recruits Brandon Diau.

The 26-year-old striker, who was born in Germany and started his career with Hamburg has played in Sussex before briefly for Burgess Hill.

Now he has been brought in by Langton initially on loan from National League North side Kidderminster Harriers along with forward Nick Dembele and the Rooks boss says he will add a different dynamic to the team.

He said: “Brandon I know very well from his time at Truro City where he played against one of my teams and that afternoon absolutely destroyed us.

“He is a centre forward, who can change the dynamic of our team because he can hold the ball up and bring others into play.

“He was available to be in the squad Tuesday and I put him straight in despite the fact he did not know anyone he was playing with and all the lads loved him.

“Having him up top for us means we have the ball further up the pitch as he is big lad and his size makes him quite a imposing figure.

“When I came in, I wanted to identify the problems and after working with the lads now for a few weeks I know all the problems.

“The good thing is now I know the problems I can go about finding the solutions to them and we are starting to find them now.”

Lewes now take on Kingstonian, who sit 11th in the BetVictor Isthmian Premier.

They have held the likes of Cray Wanders and Worthing to draws in recent weeks and Langton is expecting a tough challenge from them.

He said: “Their manager Hayden Bird I have known for many years, he has a side full of quality and experienced players.

“We will train tonight (Thursday) and come up with a plan for the best way to beat them, but it will be a tough game. However, I am confident in the defence now we look very solid at the back and it will be hard for teams to break us down.

In terms of teams news Langton has confirmed that apart from attacking midfielder Jardel Adeyinka, who has a hamstring strain and striker Gary Noel who is still out injured that he has a fully fit squad to choose from.