MARK Molesley wants the Terras to just go out and enjoy their football ahead of hosting Banbury United in the Evo-Stik Southern Premier Division tomorrow (3pm).
Weymouth will finish in the play-offs now but every side in the top five is still to play at least one of their play-off or promotion rivals, with Weymouth facing a trip to Kettering Town next Thursday.
Molesley said: “We are in a good place at the moment, the lads are just wanting and enjoying their football and that is all you can hope for really.
“We have got a great set of lads that are working really hard for each other and I want them to go out there and enjoy their football because when they are enjoying it usually we do well.”
The last time the sides met was in December when the Terras won 2-1 with Harry Baker scoring both goals.
Baker also played and scored in the friendly with the British Virgin Islands on Wednesday, as Josh Wakefield, Charlie Davis, Sanchez Baker and Elliot Rossiter all got on the scoresheet.
Molesley said: “We are going to need every single person until the end of the season so it is important that everyone is match fit and following the friendly people have topped themselves up.
“The selection headache starts for me now.”
The Terras have a clean bill of health at the moment, with Molesley having a full squad to choose from against the Puritans.
Weymouth are on a superb run of form at the moment, with 11 wins in their last 12 league games, with the one loss coming against league leaders Hereford.
Molesley said: “There is everything to play for still.
“That was the idea with the friendly, to get our substitutions up to speed as well so everyone is raring to start now, everyone is fit and fighting for places now which is nice to know.
“We have got an important Saturday coming up, we want to finish as high up as we can in the league and see where it takes us.”