WEYMOUTH Reserves go into Saturday’s trip to Ringwood Town (3pm) feeling confident following a run of seven games without defeat.
Terras’ manager Bradley Asagba has spoken of the positive feeling in his squad but insists that they cannot take their opposition lightly if they’re to get a result.
He said: “The mood in the camp is positive, it can’t not be after this sequence of performances that we’ve put together. We’re approaching Saturday’s game with some confidence.
“They’re going to be difficult to beat. They’re a well organised and resilient team but we don’t want to focus too much on them. If we can get our preparation and mentality right then we can be a handful for anyone on the league.
“Our focus is making sure we arrive at the game in the best possible condition and take it from there.”
In terms of availability, Asagba is expected to have a largely similar squad to last weekend’s 4-1 victory over Fleet Spurs, which was fairly depleted, with four or five players missing through injury.
This meant only being able to name one substitute on the day but the manager is hopeful that James Frampton and Dane James will be in contention for a return to the Terras’ squad.