Bridport FC boss Adam Fricker is feeling positive going into this weekend’s home match against Gillingham Town.

Despite losing four games on the bounce, Fricker has been pleased with his side’s performances in a tricky run of fixtures.

He said: “The team are in good spirits. Like I said on Saturday, the result didn’t fit the performance so we have no reason to be down.

“I think the biggest disappointment was the Shepton Mallet game, which we should have taken something from, but the other three were long trips away at teams in the top six, so we aren’t down at all.

“The attitude of the lads has been brilliant from the moment I arrived at the club to the present day so we approach every game with confidence.”

Saturday’s visitors, Gillingham Town, are currently sitting in tenth position in the league and the Bees’ boss is very aware of the threat they pose.

“They’re a very good footballing side. They like to move the ball around and play the best football they can.

“I know a few of their players, Phil Ormerod up front will be a threat. He’s big, strong and a good finisher. Also, alongside Harry Baker they have a very good strike force.

“There’s always things you can tweak to beat a team we don’t make specific plans for individuals. We just set up to get the best out of our own players.”

Fricker’s squad looks to be boosted by the return of Mark Salter and Dan Peach, while Ryan Hayter (ankle) is 50/50 to be fit.