Danny Bloor believes Sussex’s last non-league men standing in the FA Cup will relish a tough tie on the road.

Borough were drawn away to Maidenhead, managed by former West Ham cup hero Alan Devonshire, in the fourth qualifying round.

It is not great reward for Saturday’s impressive 2-1 win at previously undefeated Worthing.

Maidenhead are currently just below halfway in the fifth-tier National League.

Borough boss Bloor said: “It’s going to be a very tough game. We go there as underdogs but we look forward to it.

“I have always enjoyed managing against Alan Devonshire over the years.”

The tie takes place a week on Saturday.

Bloor believes team spirit within the camp is high.

He said: “All our players build in to what we are trying to do.

“Brad Barry has played 200 league games and he messaged me the other day to say, ‘I’m enjoying my football again’.

“Brad could play at a lot higher level but he is here playing centre-back, a position he had never played, and he is absolutely loving it.”

Borough, currently mid-table in National League south, reached the first round proper two years ago, when they eventually went out at home to Blackpool.