Jack Bradshaws free-kick was cancelled out by the visitors early in the second half, but Dylan Williams struck the winner minutes later to ensure the Saints ended their pre-season campaign on a high. It was a bit of a scrappy game to be honest, said Clements. It wasnt the most entertaining game Ive been involved in and I certainly wouldnt want to watch it back but theres plenty of positives to take from it. We had a bit of a disjointed side, had a few away and a few injured, but we scored goals as weve been doing all pre-season and we got a win. It ends a prolific pre-season for the Saints, beating Mansfield and Stevenage amongst other sides, scoring 22 goals along the way. Im really pleased with how pre-season has gone, weve got the signings in that we wanted, said Clements. Weve got a lot of goals in us up front, weve got strength in depth, weve got competition for places, were definitely in a better position than we were in when I came to the club at Christmas last year. Weve got better depth, variety and quality in a number of areas. Clements is realistic about his sides ambitions this season, insisting a good cup run and mid-table finish will be a step in the right direction. You always want to improve on last season, Ill be looking at a finish at the top end of mid-table, he said. It would also be very nice to get through a few rounds of the FA Cup to give something back to the fans of the football club. I want the club to progress from last year and as we move through the season my goals might change, but at the moment we have to target that mid-table finish. The Saints kick off their Southern League campaign on Saturday, as they get set to entertain newly promoted side Farnborough.