BULLISH boss Tyrone Henderson is targeting a title push “to get Littleton back on the map”.

Henderson and right-hand man Ollie Hartill led a revolution at Five Acres last season, drafting in a host of players and securing survival against the odds in the Midland Football League Division One.

The Ton Boys have since been switched sideways to the West Midlands (Regional) League Premier Division but Henderson is adamant that will not affect their recruitment plans.

Striker Cameron Walker, long-serving captain Kevin Ingram and Brogan Halpin are among those to stay put with keeper Tom Parsons set to sign, although ex-Worcester City frontrunner Joel Ambalu is moving on.

And Henderson revealed he has plenty more up his sleeve in the hope of pushing for promotion to step five for the first time in the club’s history.

“We will be keeping a couple of players from last season and have agreed with some decent lads from different clubs,” said Henderson.

“The away games probably suit us more than the home to be honest, our lads are more Birmingham based so the league switch won’t be a problem.

“We have a good squad in the making for next season and we want to challenge to win it.

“The top four go up so that’s the first aim but we want to be at the top.

"With the players we are bringing in, the ones we have kept and the way we turned it around last season we feel confident.

“We are looking to get Littleton back on the map.

"No one knows about us so we are trying to get the website and social media up and running, get a camera stand to film the games, sponsors on the shirts, that sort of thing.

“That’s been the battle really, getting people interested and bringing in a few fans and build the profile of the whole club.”

Henderson politely declined to reveal his summer targets, adding: “Until we have them signed and registered we don’t want to release anything.

"We will be quiet on Twitter and let everyone else do the talking.”