Assistant manager Scott Rogers says Weston-super-Mare AFC can beat anybody in the National League South on their day ahead of a busy period of games.

The Seagulls have eight games in December and start by welcoming Welling United to The Optima Stadium this Saturday at 3pm before hosting Worthing on Tuesday at 7:45pm.

And Rogers said this is what they want, regarding the number of matches in their quest to climb higher in the table.

"We've got eight games in December and that's what we want because we need to climb up the table," he told Weston AFC's social media pages after their 1-0 win at Dover Athletic last Saturday.

"So, those eight games, obviously, there's cup games involved, but that means there's a lot of points to play for and we know that we can beat anybody in this league on our day as we as we've proven and we just need to tidy up a few things.

"We've been tidying up this this last month and and results have started to show from it so some big performances all over the pitch all over the last month from the players and now the squad is looking really strong and it does give the gaffer a few headaches before each game. 

"So, that's what we want and we've always found that our results have been a lot more positive when we've had a a strong bench."

Rogers hailed his side's display at Dover last week, saying his side were "outstanding" at the Crabbe Athletic Ground, their furthest away match of the season.

Dayle Grubb scored the game's only goal after 33 minutes to make it successive away wins after beating St Albans City a week Tuesday ago.

"They was outstanding from the from the first minute especially first half on a difficult pitch. It's a cold day down here in Dover and 
obviously they had a home game Tuesday night and I don't think they've done too much to the pitch and it was a bit of a leveller. 

"But obviously the boys have gone out in that first half and absolutely the ball around like it was on a on a a carpet to be honest with you.

"They played really well and and to go in only 1-0 was was the only disappointment because for all the possession we had, I think we should have should have gone in a couple more."