BRIAN Stock called for Weymouth to “impose” themselves as they tackle Boreham Wood for the second time in a week tonight (7.45pm).

The Terras’ boss has helped oversee a turnaround in fortunes in 2021 with Weymouth winning three games in their last five.

Boreham Wood beat Weymouth 1-0 last week and, with both sides enjoying wins on Saturday, Stock wants his side to be more prominent in the return game.

He told Echosport: “They gave us a lot of respect at their place, which the lads can take a lot of confidence from.

“We’ll be looking to try and impose ourselves a little bit more throughout the whole 90 minutes.

“We won’t be the fittest team out there given our contact time is at a premium.

“But there are certain things we can include. It might be we look at where we can press and how, even sitting in at times.

“Lots of food for thought and we go into the game with a lot of confidence.”

Tonight’s clash represents Weymouth’s sixth fixture in 18 days and Stock is mindful of fatigue.

“Fatigue is a huge part,” he said. “On the flip side, having the consistency and fielding the same sort of team week in, week out, is something a successful team needs to try and achieve.

“We’ve done that for the last five or six games. I won’t be looking to change too much, but there will be certain individuals I’ll be trying to look after as well.”

Stock also offered an injury update on skipper Josh McQuoid (hamstring), who is set to be out for two weeks.

He said: “Josh has got a hamstring strain. He is a big loss for us. He’s a player that when you select teams as a manager is one that could maybe play as an eight, a 10, an 11, a seven or a nine.

“He gives us that versatility and leading up to the (Bromley) game, that actually did cause a problem for me in terms of team selection.

“We’ll take our time with Josh, we can’t force that one. If you force a hamstring too early, we could end up losing him for longer. I’d be looking at around two weeks for Josh.”

Stock expects to be without the services of Jordan Ngalo (suspended) following his red card against Bromley.

Brennan Camp and Jacob Mensah both continued after picking up knocks.