Worcestershire will be striving to bounce back from their NatWest T20 Blast exit this week with Director of Cricket Steve Rhodes insisting: "We are desperate to do as well as we can in all competitions."

The county were edged out by three wickets by Surrey in the quarter-finals at the Kia Oval on Saturday with Jason Roy's explosive half century the only major difference between the teams.

Now Rhodes is looking for Worcestershire to reach another quarter-final via the Royal London One-Day Cup.

They resume their group programme this week with an away clash with Yorkshire Vikings on Thursday and a home encounter with Lancashire Lightning on Saturday.

Then on Friday week, table-topping Worcestershire resume their LV = County Championship programme with a home meeting with Gloucestershire.

Rhodes said: "We don't really go out there and target one competition. We've gone hard in the T20 and only just missed out in the quarter-final.

"But now that one has gone, we will be trying really hard to qualify in the 50 over competition.

"Similarly when we do get back to four-day cricket, which is a while away, we will be giving our best shot to try and get promoted.

"The lads are hurting (about Saturday) but sport is about winning-losing. Roy's innings was the difference."