Kings Langley put their league worries behind them on Tuesday as they romped to a resounding 4-0 cup win.

Thame United were no match for their visitors as Kings marched into the second round of the Southern League Cup.

It was, however, the hosts who made the better start, testing Kings keeper Ross Hampton through Andy Gledhill’s early effort.

The stopper had to be alert to save again moments later before Paul Hobbs’ men came through the storm to lead.

Kieran Turner’s 22nd-minute cross found Mitchell Weiss whose saved shot fell to Gareth Price to turn in.

Kings held the lead until the half-time break and doubled their money five minutes after the restart as Brendan Ocran marked his first start with a bizarre goal.

He met a clearance sweetly on the volley which eluded the Thame keeper and found the top corner.

The second goal gave Kings confidence to push on and they all but killed the game off with 25 minutes to play as Weiss scored a fine goal.

He took the ball to the corner flag and before turning inside, breezed past a defender and scored from a tight angle.

Stevie Ward rounded off the win late on, exchanging a one-two with Warren Plowright and steering home.

Kings will now look to take their cup form into the league where they take on Redditch United on Saturday.

They Gaywood Park club are in need of a win after a start to the season which has seen them take just six points.

Redditch, meanwhile, sit sixth in the table, five points off league leaders Kettering Town.