CHESHAM boss Bob Dowie says he wants to bring some experienced players into his side, despite watching his team win 4-1 on Saturday after playing for 25 minutes with ten men.

The Generals came out on top of the bruising encounter with struggling Croydon, but Dowie wasn't happy with the performance overall.

Chesham had a hat-full of chances, which they failed to convert, and it was enough to convince Dowie he needs more experience in his young side.

He said: "My main concern is that when we play big physical sides we're not resilient enough.

"We should have been five up in the first half. They've got to learn to be more clinical and put people to bed. We're too young and too small and I'll be looking over the next few weeks to bring in some older, more experienced players who have won things."

Chesham were two up after 15 minutes following strikes from Fitz Hall and Mark Watson.

Super sub Craig Farley, who replaced Scott Canham who got a boot in the face, blasted them into a 3-0 lead early in the second half with a long-range effort.

And he hit a carbon copy of that 13 minutes from the end to seal it after the visitors had pulled one back when Chesham were reduced to ten after Fitz Hall walked for his second bookable offence.