BROMSGROVE boss Bren Kelly says super sub Kyle Perry has given him a selection headache following his barnstorming heroics from the bench.

Sporting came from behind to draw 2-2 at Coalville last Saturday and maintain their unbeaten start to the new Southern League Central season.

It looked like conceding early goals was going to cost the Rouslers before Perry came on to bag a late brace at Owen Street.

Perry added to the goal he netted as Sporting beat Tamworth 3-1 last Tuesday.

Kelly said: "He has given us a difficult decision now.

"He came on on Tuesday and caused loads of problems and was a real handful.

"He did the same on Saturday and he knows where the goal is.

"We now have something to think about because he has played about 40 minutes of football and scored three goals already."

On the game overall, he added: "It was a point gained when you look at how late the goals came but it was disappointing that we were in that position in the first place.

"We went behind early doors again and we need to show better concentration levels.

"We can't keep giving teams a headstart and giving ourselves so much work to do every week.

"It's frustrating but it was also good that we kept going and showed that character at the end. It was something we had last season and something we have shown again."

Sporting will now welcome Leicester Road in the FA Cup preliminary round on Saturday before a bank holiday league battle with Stourbridge at the War Memorial Ground on Monday.

"I'm delighted with our start overall because it has been a difficult start so to still be unbeaten is great," added Kelly.

"We'll go strong again on Saturday even though Leicester Road are a few leagues below us because it's important we find that consistency to take us into the Stourbridge game.

"That's a game that everyone is really looking forward to."

Sporting have no new injury issues ahead of the busy weekend. Defender Tom Taylor remains sidelined with a shoulder injury but midfielder Leon Broadhurst is available after a knock.