BROMSGROVE Sporting supporters were still talking about Jason Cowley's sublime opening goal against Corby Town this week.

The goal went viral on social media with Cowley getting the VIP treatment on talkSPORT for good measure.

But Rousler's boss Brendan Kelly was equally enthusiastic over John Pykett's strike as well which ultimately sealed a 2-1 win over their play-off rivals.

Kelly now believes they have consigned Corby to third place and still refuses to give up on overtaking leaders Peterborough Sports until it is mathematically impossible.

But Kelly remains level headed, he said: "Although the goals we're out of this world, it's still only three points.

"It was a hard fought game between two sides of completely contrasting styles.

"Corby were very physical but I thought our victory was fully deserved.

"I was a bit puzzled by their manager's comments afterwards that they'd created enough chances to win two games.

"They scored right at the death with little more than a consolation goal even though they were throwing players forward by that stage.

"The truth is we were more clinical than them."

The contest attracted a bumper crowd of 1,576, a league record for the Rouslers.

Chairman Mike Burke told The Advertiser: "We did have a bigger crowd against Worcester City but it was their home fixture, so that one doesn't count.

"The most pleasing thing is that we're getting the crowds which our style of football deserves.

"We really value their support and just hope they keep coming."

In the meantime, boss Kelly insisted: "We will continue to try to keep the pressure on Peterborough Sports, although I don't expect them to drop points, but you never know what can happen and we can hope."

The Rouslers cannot rest on their laurels as they face a tricky trip to Didcot Town this Saturday, who still have aspirations of making the play-offs.

Kelly added: "They've just signed a couple of strikers, so we need to be very wary of them. But we go there full of confidence on the back of eight straight wins."

Kelly will leave nothing to chance and expects to add several reinforcements to his squad this week.

He explained: "It's purely for back-up. I just want to make sure we're covered if we pick up any injuries or suspensions".