LITTLETON returned to action after nearly three weeks without a game to win 2-0 at Wolverhampton Sporting Community.

The success moved the villagers up to eighth in the West Midlands League Premier Division.

The visitors looked dominant as Luke Dugmore fired wide but a lapse at the back saw Toby Wilcox deny the striker one-on-one.

For all the pressure Littleton created few chances until Ben Billingham's free-kick forced a save.

And they went ahead on the stroke of half-time as Haden Smith found his fellow full-back Brogan Halpin unmarked to fire in.

Littleton had to weather a 15-minute storm in the second period with Myles Brooks and Karl Gardner in no mood to concede.

And they doubled their lead as Jourdain Masidi powered forward before unleashing a thunderbolt in off the top-left stanchion.

Resolute defending ensured the win ahead of Saturday's home game with Wem Town (3pm) and a trip to Bewdley Town on Tuesday.