GARRY Thompson admitted the glorious pre-season form of his two goalkeepers is causing him a selection headache.

Bradford (Park Avenue) have made use of both Charlie Andrew and Jack Bennett across five friendlies so far.

Andrew returned on loan from Hull City, having made 15 appearances in the second-half of last season.

The 19-year-old impressed, but currently will only stay until January and Bennett - a trialist originally - showed enough to earn a contract at Avenue and has started two out of the five pre-season games.

Bennett took to the field in the second-half of the 3-2 penalty loss to Bradford City, but acquitted himself well with a solid save in that shout-out.

Thompson admitted the whole squad are presenting positive dilemmas when it comes to picking a team, none more so than the keepers.

He said: "Jack's come in - a relatively unknown keeper - and him and Charlie are just pushing each other to excel and they're both getting better and better and better.

"Me and Shaun actually pulled them against Bradford City and just said, genuinely hand-on-heart - because I always said I was going to be honest - I can't pick a difference between them, because they've both been superb.

"Ultimately I can't play them both unfortunately, so a decision will have to be made."

Avenue have one last pre-season game - 7:30pm tonight at home to Huddersfield Town - before Thompson will make his choice of number one for the all-important opener in the league away to Curzon Ashton.

The player-manager said: "I just keep saying to them, just keep doing the right things, being solid, be commanding, make saves and unfortunately I can only pick one.

"That goes for all the boys, they've all been outstanding and it gives me a headache, but a good headache, if there's such a thing."

Thompson also added that he'd be looking to further instil their style on play in the game this evening.