WEYMOUTH manager Brian Stock insisted he had no regrets over team selection, following the disappointing 2-0 loss to bottom side Barnet.

Stock made four changes to the team that dominated Woking 4-2 on Saturday.

The Terras’ boss had his hand forced by fatigue as several players completed their third game in seven days.

Weymouth appeared jaded and struggled to play with their usual fluency as simple passes went astray and only two chances of note were created.

Quizzed on the line-up, Stock told Echosport: “It’s impossible to be able to field the same team.

“When you go through every single player, you get as much feedback as you can.

“Players that didn’t play were feeling fatigued. Andy Robinson couldn’t even be in the 16 because of stiffness from the game on Saturday.

“We had to freshen things up. It was important we had to make changes.

“Although the performance and result wasn’t there, I don’t regret my decision.”

Stock raised eyebrows when midfielder Jack Dickson was placed at right-back during the first half, with regular defender Calvin Brooks on the wing.

Stock said: “JD has come back in and we have to make sure we protect him.

“Being able to play 90 minutes is a big ask, so he filled in at right-back and in the second half we switched him and Calvin so he played further up.

“I thought he did well.”

Weymouth’s next Vanarama National League assignment is a trip to title contenders Sutton United on Saturday (3pm).