JASON Matthews insisted that he is more than happy to rotate the personnel in his squad, if he feels it will boost Weymouth’s approach to what is a critical run-in to the season.
The Terras’ boss brought back Jordan Copp and Billy Lowes to his starting XI during Monday night’s 1-0 win against Hungerford, the former crossed for Tim Sills to head the all-important winner.
On Copp’s inclusion, he told Echosport: “I left Jordan out the week before because I just felt it was the right thing to do.
“Having watched Hungerford, it gave me food for thought on how I wanted to beat them (with Copp) and it’s nice when it comes off.
“Jordan has done well and I feel that, probably, he has been a little bit unlucky this season but he has still played a good amount of games and he will still play a lot more games between now and the end of the season.”
He added: “From Billy’s point of view, I feel he has been outstanding this season.
“Although he probably wouldn’t admit it himself, I felt that he just needed to be taken out for a little breather.
“I knew when he was called on again he would be outstanding.
“We have got a good squad and it’s about rotating at the right times and picking teams to win games, as manager I need to do that.”