DORCHESTER Town manager Leigh Robinson is happier with the Magpies’ current competition for places up front.

Robinson, who joined in early January with top scorer Tom Bath as his sole striker, has now brought in forwards Emile Ngoy and Jordan Rogers on permanent deals.

Dorchester scored seven goals in Robinson’s first three games but have since gone off the boil in front of goal, failing to net in their next five fixtures.

Rogers, whose signing was confirmed last Saturday, is in line to make his debut against Weston-super-Mare at the Clayson Stadium today (3pm).

“Competition for places up front is something we’ve been lacking,” Robinson admitted.

“Now we’ve got three out-and-out strikers – obviously only two will play in front of Tom Blair – they know they’ve either got to be scoring or playing incredibly well to stay on the pitch.

“Otherwise, the other one will be on. Having that competition and for people to know they’re not safe in the team – they have to come out and perform and score goals – will hopefully see us improve in the final third.”