FOLLAND Sports boss Dave Herbert says he is never happy – even after he saw his side put seven past strugglers Totton & Eling.

A goal after 20 seconds from Tremayne Moore set the tone for what would be an evening of domination from Folland at Miller Park.

Aviones found themselves three goals up shortly after the hour mark, with Brad Johnson and captain Jake Newton grabbing a goal apiece.

Ethan Anders sent the away side into the break 4-0 up, with Herbert stating that his side’s relentless push for goals highlighted their mentality.

Speaking to the Daily Echo, Herbert said: “It was a quick one! It's not easy because we don't take games as that, we play the way we play. We play intensely and we don't change.

“In a way I hate it when we score that early, because it's sometimes hard to get yourself back up to that 100 percent and get going again. So sometimes it can be a bit of a curse, but it's always nice to put a few early ones in.

“We are aggressive and we work on that. We're quite direct which helps us against the teams that kind of sit in sometimes.

“But we tend to practice for those situations. Our guys are killers and they want to go for the win, every time.

“I'm never happy - we dropped silly points the last two games and we should have absolutely pumped teams.”

Whilst Folland would add to their tally, Sports made a few changes that caused the game to lose it’s edge.

The floodgates reopened when Totton saw Jamie Blackburn sinbinned for dissent on the hour mark. Jacob Brown got on the scoresheet before Anders added a second, with the striker given the opportunity to grab a hat-trick from the spot.

With the game already sealed and under no pressure, Anders put the ball in the back of the net to make it seven for Herbert’s men.

A penalty for the hosts shortly after was a small consolation, with Sam Ellis sneaking the ball past Follands keeper Henry Newman.

Victory for Folland lifts them up to second, cutting the gap on league leader Bemerton Heath to just three points.

With a disparity in budgets with Bemerton, Herbert revealed that his side would approach the run in under no pressure.

“I mean, there's no pressure on our guys,” continued Herbert. “We got a 20 pound-a-week man in the match bonus for one individual.

“We’re just here to ruffle feathers and give it to everyone we play.”