WEYMOUTH manager Brian Stock insisted the Terras’ board will back him this month to revive the club’s on-field fortunes.

Stock, 40, has come under fire for a string of six defeats in the National League – the latest and perhaps most painful coming in a 3-2 reverse at 10-man Eastleigh on Sunday.

Weymouth were faced with a similar predicament last season, with a run of seven winless games necessitating a commitment to back Stock in the player market.

He duly came up trumps with the additions of Dom Revan, Andy Dallas, Ben Worman and more.

Speaking after the loss at Eastleigh, Stock indicated the Terras’ chiefs will again be supportive as the Dorset side looks to turn its season around.

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“That was always going to be the case,” he told Echosport.

“There was always going to be fresh faces coming into the group, I think it’s needed. We’ll have certainly one or two coming in the building.

“The board have been very supportive from day one for myself. That’s been no different in terms of personnel and who comes in and potentially who goes out.

“That will remain confidential until they’re over the line, but it is something that’s needed and we’re fully aware of that situation.”

Weymouth face a pivotal next couple of games with a home league clash against Southend – the team immediately above them in the last safe position.

Stock then takes the Terras to face Dartford in the FA Trophy fourth round a week later.

Tough tests against Boreham Wood and Dagenham follow in the league before crucial back-to-back contests with Aldershot and fellow bottom three side King’s Lynn.