TON-UP Matty Williams is just loving life at the Deva Stadium.

Williams recently became only the 14th Chester player to reach 100 appearances since the club was reformed back in 2010.

Following six away league matches on the bounce, home comforts are finally in store with tonight’s National League North contest with fourth-placed Brackley Town and Williams is likely to be a key figure once more.

He told the Seals podcast: “To be honest, I’ve loved every minute here.

“It’s a massive club and I’m proud to say I’ve made 100 appearances for Chester.

“Hopefully I’ll make many more and do something special with the club.”

The Blues’ last runout was a 1-1 draw at Rushall Olympic and Williams added: “I think we’ve had a few games like this on the road now and these are probably the places where you’re looking, you know, we’re dropping points there, we’re dropping points there.

“But you’ve got to take the positives. We’ve hit the points target that we set, but if we want to push on in the league, these are the games we go ‘alright, this is a game in hand, go and put more points on the board’.

“You can be happy and unhappy at the same time.”

In tonight’s other fixture, Hereford host Mark Beesley’s Warrington Town.