Leatherhead boss Richard Brady wants to end their Ryman Division One South on a winning note, but his focus remains on the play-offs.

The Tanners host Worthing in their final league match of the season this afternoon.

They are certain of a home semi-final in the play-offs, but a win on Saturday would guarantee a home final, should they reach that stage.

Brady said: “It would be good to have three points on the board ahead of the play-offs, but we’re solely concentrating on the play-offs.

“Worthing have nothing to play for, but that doesn’t mean they won’t try.”

Over the Easter weekend, the Tanners lost at home to Burgess Hill Town, and drew at Faversham, where Tom Bradbrook returned from a hamstring injury to bag his 31st league goal of the season.

Brady said: “Bradders is not fully fit and we’re treating him with kid gloves. He’s played about 90 minutes in two games. You cannot be too careful with hamstring injuries.”

He added: “But we’ve brought in Richard Avery from Chelmsford City and you can tell he has played at a higher level, he has that quality to control the midfield.”