Farnham Town manager Paul Johnson was pleased with his side’s performance after they beat AFC Croydon Athletic 3-0 in the Surrey Senior Cup quarter-finals on Thursday evening.

Goals from Owen Dean, Joe Jackson and Charlie Postance sealed Farnham’s place in the last four and set up a trip to League Two outfit Sutton United.

"It was professional,” said Johnson. “I thought the attitude of the boys was spot on. They (Croydon) made a few more changes with what they've got coming up but we're limited to what we can do and the boys ticked another one off and did it well.

"The boys understood the way Croydon set up. They banked up narrow down the middle to try to stop us playing, but our full-backs were out all the time and eventually we wore them down and got our rewards.

“Joe was bombing on all evening – he was our left-back and he's tapped in from two yards from our attack. I think because they (Croydon) were so obsessed with us through the middle they switched off and didn't track him.”

Farnham had raced into a two-goal lead at half-time, and Johnson was happy with how his side managed the second half and pushed for more goals.

“It was always about the next goal,” said Johnson. “It was a great kick from Pat Nash, and Charlie has won the first one and then he's followed his run and he got his reward for doing that.”

Johnson is looking forward to the trip to Sutton in the semi-finals. “It's a league club and a league ground – so we'll go and enjoy that,” he said.

Farnham return to league action on Saturday, with a home game against Balham in the Combined Counties Premier Division South.

“It's another quick turnaround and another busy week,” said Johnson. “It's going to be a tricky test. Balham have to win on Saturday so hopefully it will be a lively game.”