DORCHESTER Town boss Callum Brooks believes there is no limit to what Sean Wright can achieve after the midfielder’s late equaliser in the 1-1 draw against Swindon Supermarine last Saturday.

Wright, who came on as a substitute for striker River Smith in the 81st minute, immediately took up an advanced role and needed just six minutes to haul the Magpies level, slotting home from 10 yards.

Commenting on Wright’s display, Brooks, who has now worked with the maestro at three different clubs, spoke highly of the former Hamworthy man.

He said: “It was a wonderful finish. He’s a fantastic footballer, Wrighty. He’s been with me across three clubs and I’ve always said to him ‘you can go on to be anything you want to be’.

“He’s got to believe that himself and all I can do is provide opportunities to develop him, but the belief will come from when he does things like that.

“That was a big moment for him and it’s about Wrighty kicking on and doing that on a more regular basis. You’ve got to remember, he’s a central midfielder so to go on up top with that kind of cultured finish I thought was all credit to him.”