WEYMOUTH ace Jordan Copp insists that “anything can happen” on the final day of the Terras’ season, as the club’s push for the play-offs reaches its climax.
Despite still needing results elsewhere to go in their favour this weekend, the Terras’ favourite believes there is a much more positive feel going into the final league game than when the club was in the same position, and missed out 12 months ago.
Former Plymouth youngster Copp, who was suspended for the final fixture of last season at Biggleswade Town, told Echosport: “I think the boys are a bit gutted that the season is coming to an end really.
“We have one, or potentially three games left, we just have to see where it takes us.
“Momentum is a massive thing in football.
“It’s the same as last season but we have a different feel about it.
“Last season we were kind of dying away but this year we are on the up – anything can happen now come Saturday.”
Asked how nice it would be to reward the Terras’ fans with a huge play-off encounter, Copp, who scored against Merthyr Town last weekend, added: “It’s good to give something back.
“A lot of them have travelled to all ends of the country with us this season.
“It would be great for them, for us, and for everyone to do with the club to start building and pushing on and trying to get up the leagues.
“All we can do is win our games and that’s what we have been doing, you just have to cross your fingers and hope.”