theterras.com: You’ve had a recent loan spell with Blackfield & Langley. How useful was that in terms of getting back to form with Weymouth?
Jordan Ngalo: I think it has helped a lot. It has helped in terms of confidence and fitness. It is good to be back and I feel good, I feel a lot sharper and it’s good to be back with the boys here at Weymouth.
theterras.com: As you said, back with Weymouth now and we are in good form. Exciting times?
JN: It is very exciting! It was quite nerving coming back to be fair as we were already on a 4 game-winning run! I’m just thinking to myself, “I don’t want to mess up here!” It is a good group here and there is some real quality within the squad so I am really excited.
theterras.com: Talk us through the 4th goal against St Albans. That run you went on to set Yemi up… Wow!
JN: It wasn’t too bad was it? I just had a thought and looked and I had space and time. When I ended up crossing the ball in and I saw Yemi put it in the net, it was a great feeling hearing the crowd! Obviously, the most important thing also was that it ensured our place in the next round and for this big game on Saturday.
theterras.com: We are building up to a big FA Cup game on Saturday. There should be a big crowd and the Bob Lucas Stadium should be at it’s best. Your thoughts ahead of the game?
JN: Yes it’s a big game for us as you said, the FA Cup is always a special occasion. Hopefully we can make it a day to remember come Saturday.