DANNY Holmes admits he has been given a "nice headache" after Wimborne Town's cup win at Poole on Tuesday night.

Holmes, who replaced brother Matty to take charge of the Magpies last week, gave the opportunity to a host of fringe and youth players following last weekend's FA Cup loss at Truro City.

And they impressed to win 4-2 at Black Gold Stadium with goals from Sam Bayston, Tony Lee, Sam Poole and Aiden Shepherd.

With a trip to Southern League South's bottom side Beaconsfield Town to come on Saturday (3pm), Holmes admits he has some selection decisions to make.

He told Radio Wimborne: "It's given me a nice headache. At the moment the work-rate has been fantastic.

"Hopefully we've not got too many knocks and bruises ready for Saturday. I've got to keep my eye on that because we are a smallish squad, but hopefully we should all be fine.

"Headache wise, it will be a nice one if anything."

Having now secured his first win in charge of the Magpies, Holmes hopes he can take that into the league and help push his side away from the relegation zone.

"Hopefully that (win) will give us momentum," he said.

"I think it's really what we did need as a new staff around the boys. (We've) got to look at the positives now."