WEYMOUTH manager Mark Molesley believes the Terras must be on their “toes” as they prepare to visit in-form St Neots in the Evo-Stik Southern League Premier tomorrow (3pm).
The Saints sit fourth in the form table and are unbeaten in their past five games, having amassed 11 points during that time to rise to 12th in the standings.
But Weymouth come into the game on a stretch of three consecutive wins, most recently a 6-2 defeat of Farnborough.
Molesley, whose side sits fifth in the league, told Echosport he is “relishing” the task of closing on the teams above.
He said: “The next game is always the toughest challenge. If our attitude isn’t right any team can turn us over. We’ve got to be right on our toes for every game and keep working hard.
“The games are coming thick and fast. We’ll take each game as it comes, we don’t really look too far ahead. There are some big clubs in there ahead of us.
“We want to make up the ground on them by being as professional as we can. We’re relishing it and we’ll give it everything.”
And Molesley feels there are still areas to “improve” on despite the Terras’ good run of form.
“There’s no secret we’re a young squad. We’re just looking to build that confidence and momentum. We’ve got to take the positives and build on that.
“There’s still lots that we’re not completely happy with and we’ve got to improve on that as well,” he said.
Sean Stewart may miss the trip to Cambridgeshire after his dismissal when playing for Hamworthy United, but Antonio Diaz and Lewis Harvey are in contention to make the Terras’ matchday squad.