YORK City boss Colin Walker has set leading marksman Martyn Woolford the challenge of reaching 20 goals for the season.

Woolford took his tally to 16 with the first goal in Tuesday's 4-0 victory at Stafford Rangers and, with five matches left to play, Walker believes the landmark figure is within his grasp.

The former Frickley winger is expected to line up in a free role behind front two Onome Sodje and Richard Brodie for this afternoon's home match with Woking.

Walker also believes 11-goal Brodie can extend his personal haul to 15 and Sodje, stalled on that figure after eight goalless outings, can still fight it out with Woolford for the golden boot.

He said: "It would be nice for Martyn to get to 20 and he could do.

"He should be on a few more after Tuesday, but I think he's relished working with the likes of Eric and myself as we've asked him to think a bit more about his game and played him in different roles. He's come on in leaps and bounds.

"I'd also like to see Richard Brodie reach 15 and Sodje get as many as he can.

"We also need to keep getting other people on the scoresheet."