ROB Wolleaston has received the best birthday and Christmas present he could ever wish for with the birth of his third child.

The Weymouth midfielder, who has two sons, was the proudest man on the planet last Thursday when his wife added a daughter to complete the line-up.

Despite a “couple of sleepless nights”, Wolleaston still made himself available for the Terras’ trip to Brackley Town on Saturday but was not too disappointed when the encounter was postponed.

The ex-Chelsea man, who celebrates his 31st birthday tomorrow, said: “I cannot believe we have got a new baby girl. We have two sons already but to add a daughter now is just fantastic.

“We think we are going to call her Freya and she has already caused a couple of sleepless nights. On Friday, she was up every hour and my eldest boy got up as well at 4.30am wanting to watch television so the fact the Brackley game was postponed was perhaps a good thing.

“I was available to play but as I said to my wife, it was nice that it was called off in a way as it allowed me to support her more and spend more time with the family.”

The Terras will host Dorchester Town tomorrow night in the Bob Lucas Memorial Trophy (8pm) before entertaining the league leaders Truro City next Monday (3pm).

Wolleaston added: “I have been going to the gym a lot lately, as a few weeks back I was feeling a bit unfit during games, but against Evesham in our last match I felt a lot better.

“We got a very important win that day and it is vital that we try and keep the momentum going. We need to continue to beat all those teams around us, and if we can keep picking up points here and there against the rest that will only help our cause even more.

“We certainly have no reason to fear anyone and I firmly believe, on our day, we can beat anyone in this league.

“I think a lot of the younger, less experienced lads are beginning to feel that way too.

“In fact, the whole squad has gained a lot of confidence over the past few weeks and I am sure it will only be a short time now before we lift ourselves off the bottom of the table.”

Wolleaston also believes the return of Salisbury City loanee Matthew Wright is a major boost. He said: “Matt has already scored some important goals for us and hopefully he can kick on again over the next few weeks.

“With Warren Byerley firing them in and working hard as well, you cannot ask for much more really, so there is a lot of reasons for us to be feeling positive ahead of the games coming up.”