DORCHESTER Town manager Leigh Robinson is looking for “one moment” to ignite the Magpies’ survival push as his side prepares to host Weston-super-Mare in BetVictor Southern Premier South action tomorrow (3pm).

Robinson is yet to claim a league point in his six-game tenure, while first-team coach Robbie Herrera oversaw a 3-0 loss to Hendon last time out.

Dorchester have also lost to fellow relegation rivals Beaconsfield and Hartley Wintney to lie 14 points off absolute safety with just 36 available this season.

The Magpies now host Weston, the Seagulls having inflicted a 6-0 defeat on the county town side in October – their heaviest of the campaign.

Robinson told Echosport: “For us, we’re just looking forward to getting back to action after a frustrating trip to Merthyr last week.

“It’s another home game and we’re looking for one moment to turn the season around.

“I wasn’t at the Hendon game but we were unlucky not to be 2-0 up at half-time – we didn’t take our chances and got punished.

“After that game there were certainly some positives. We attacked a lot better and created a lot more good chances than we have done previously. It’s frustrating we didn’t take those at key times.

“We’re just waiting for a day where we do take those chances and the opposition start missing at the other end – teams have been pretty clinical against us.”

Asked if his players had revenge in mind after the six-goal drubbing to the Seagulls, Robinson admitted a drastic improvement was needed.

He said: “Everyone understands that with a side with the quality of Weston, if they catch you on the right day they can do that to you.

“From our point of view there’s an awful lot of respect there because of the defeat.

“The boys who were involved in that game will know they need to improve massively to have any chance of getting a result.”

Robinson expects no new signings before the Seagulls clash, with Tom Blair and Ben Rowthorn available after suspensions. Striker Jordan Rogers could make his debut.

Injured centre-half Callum Rose, meanwhile, is being lined up for a full return in the Dorset Senior Cup final against Weymouth in March.

Robinson said: “We’ve earmarked the cup final as a date in his mind to be back by.

“We need to get him back in training and have some sort of run out in the league before that.

“He’s still got a bit of swelling on his ankle. We’re just waiting for the all clear for him to start running again. When he can, we’ll get him straight back in so he can be ready for the cup final.”