Weston-super-Mare AFC had to dig deep to earn a point on the road on Monday (January 29) night away from home against Chelmsford.

A late Jacob Jagger Cane goal in second-half injury time saw Weston return home with a point following a 1-1 draw.

Speaking after the match, manager Scott Bartlett shared how pleased he was with his group of players.

"I was really pleased with the performance, if we had have lost that, as a manager I would've had to think what would I say to the lads," he said.

"It's been an unbelievable effort from Saturday to coming here 48 hours later to play and I thought we played well.

"I am so pleased for the lads because they just dug in and kept on going, didn't lose heart, didn't lose shape, just kept on playing."

This Weston side has gradually improved over the course of the season and that is something that is making Bartlett proud.

"My teams tend to get stronger as the season goes on, we look like we have a really good energy, we know the togetherness is there, we are still trying to build," he said.

"But we've got a really good group and one that we're proud of."