WEYMOUTH manager Bobby Wilkinson has given an update on a handful of Terras players following the 1-1 draw with Aveley.

In the build-up to the match, Weymouth allowed both David Sesay and Harvey Slade to leave.

Full-back Sesay was on a non-contract deal and therefore left for Eastbourne Borough after a seven-day approach.

Midfielder Slade has made his loan move to Poole Town permanent for an undisclosed fee.

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Strikers Tommy Stagg and Nahum Melvin-Lambert remains out on loan having scored four and three goals respectively at Leatherhead and Haringey.

And attacker Moe Shubbar remains with the Terras despite failing to make the matchday squad since the 5-1 defeat to Bath.

Speaking post-Aveley, Wilkinson first told uptheterras.co.uk: “We’re still looking at one or two positions but Harvey had a good season.

“We brought him from (Step 4) and he went to Step 3. When you get offered very good money for an undisclosed fee, you sometimes have to do what’s right for the club.

“We sat down and decided we thought that was a good move for the lad and for us.

“We’ve got a very good squad here now. Of course, we’ll always be looking for one or two more but we’re very happy.”

On Shubbar, Wilkinson added: “I just haven’t put Moe in the squad for the last three weeks. I didn’t think he was fully fit against Bath.

“I wasn’t happy with the performance against Bath, so I decided to go with this squad. He’s still around but at this moment I’m sticking with this squad.

“I’m happy with the personnel and with the way people are fighting for positions. At the moment, they can’t get back in because everyone’s still fighting hard.”

Stagg and Melvin-Lambert have presented Wilkinson with a bigger dilemma however, given their goalscoring form on loan.

Wilkinson said: “No-one’s coming back into the squad right now, that’s out on loan or out playing football.

“We’re happy with what we’ve got and if we bring one or two in now we’re not going to be bringing forwards back because we’re happy with Dan (Roberts), Ezio (Touray) and Thommo (Ben Thomson).

“And then Brandon (Goodship) is on fire at the moment. The balance of the squad is good.

“Yes, we’d like to maybe look at one or two but that’s only to keep people on their toes.”

And Frankie Monk’s loan deal has also been extended at Poole.

Wilkinson said: “I’ve let Frankie go out but he could get called back.

“The only reason I’ve allowed Frankie to go out is because I had a 24-hour callback. He could get called back because we’ve got three suspended on Saturday.

“We’re in for a really big challenge. I’ll sit down and start analysing the next month, like I do. I’ve got to make sure the squad is in depth in a good way.”

Picking up on the suspensions, including Jordon Thompson, Teddy Howe and Charlie Rowan, Wilkinson added: “Thommo shouldn’t have got sent off.

“Teddy’s one’s a little bit different, he’s picked up a couple of sloppy bookings. Charlie hasn’t, he’s been unlucky.

“We’ll go to one of the toughest grounds in this league (Braintree) real short this week. I’ll work extremely hard to bring in maybe one or two or make sure we’re OK.”