INCOMING Folland Sports boss Jayda Chiutare shared that it is currently “hard” for the club to state their aims for the upcoming season, with the Wessex Division One outfit waiting for other clubs to complete their business.

Chiutare, who became manager at Folland Park after predecessor David Herbert stepped up to director of football, was first team coach last term, playing a part in Folland’s fourth place finish.

Whilst the Hamble-based outfit fell short in the play-offs, it was a successful campaign for the Aviones, as it secured FA Cup football for the first time in six years.

With Chiutare shaping the side into a youthful looking team, he admitted that it was hard to say exactly what he was expecting from next term.

Speaking to the Daily Echo, Chiutare said: “It’s hard to put that at the moment.

“Teams like us don't have a budget so we kinda wait till everyone else finishes what they're doing and then pick up whatever's left.

“So the expectation is probably just to put out a decent team that can compete this year and then we’ll see where that will take us.”

Folland’s return to the FA Cup will be a baptism of fire, after it was announced they will visit eighth-tier Larkhall Athletic in the extra preliminary round.

Based on Larkhall’s 11th placed finish in the Southern League Division One South, 30 places effectively separate the two sides, with Folland finishing fourth in the 10th tier.

Relishing the chance of a cupset, Chiutare added: “We love being an underdog.

“I mean you're going to have to play them at some point, don't you? Why not earlier?

“So yes, now we're not going to complain and get ready for it. As I said, we're still building so it's hard to look too far ahead.”