So far this winter, Worcestershire County Cricket Club have splashed out around £20,000 on clean-up operations following flooding.
However, the club say they are confident they will not have to switch early season fixtures away from New Road because of recent floods.
Chief Executive David Leatherdale has admitted the outfield and cricket square are currently in a muddy condition but is optimistic it will have recovered in time for the start of the 2013 campaign.
"We have had three to four main floods which have covered the ground for about four of the last eight to nine weeks. But we are confident it will not affect the early season fixtures. We are not panicking. We have had flooding in early April before and still played. You get used to it."