WEYMOUTH boss Brian Stock is unconcerned by the Terras’ tally of 20 lost points from winning positions this season.

Saturday’s 2-2 draw at King’s Lynn was the seventh Vanarama National League game in which the Terras were pegged back by their opponents.

Weymouth also lost a point against Torquay and Yeovil after equalising in their respective 4-3 and 3-1 losses.

Against King’s Lynn, Andy Dallas and Andreas Robinson both put Weymouth ahead at the Walks before Tyler Denton and Cameron King equalised.

While Stock noted the statistic appeared poor, he emphasised the majority of lost points came before signing six players in January and the subsequent uptick in results.

He told Echosport: “I’m fully aware of that. The demand and standard of this league is intense.

“The majority of those points we’ve dropped would’ve been at the start of the season.

“When you look at the team and fitness levels, we’ve improved. We’ve brought in six full-time players.”

He added: “It’s not a good stat, but it’s something we’re looking to improve and I think we have done.”

Since the turn of the year, Weymouth have beaten Hartlepool United, Aldershot and Bromley.

At the other end of the pitch, the Terras have solidified their defence with the introduction of keeper Ethan Ross, future Aston Villa star Dom Revan and ex-Crystal Palace centre-back Jacob Mensah.

After the draw in Norfolk, Stock commended Ross’s display: “He made a really good block and tipped one over the bar second half.

“I think he made some comfortable saves but I don’t think it was a game, especially second half, where they should’ve scored more than they did.”

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