Weston forward Ross Stearn has taken to his second stint at the club like a duck-to-water, having already scored 10 goals for the club this campaign, but the 22-year-old has other things on his mind as the season draws to a close.
Stearn, a former Bristol City and Yeovil Town player, has set his sights on breaking a club record. The highest ever Weston league finish is 11th, and with the Seagulls currently sitting just outside the play-offs Stearn is confident of rewriting history.
He said: "With only 10 games to go and currently sitting sixth in the table, I think we have left ourselves with a great opportunity."
Stearn has strong beliefs that the club are constantly improving their stature, and that Seagulls manager Craig Laird has had a major role in the progress.
"For the club, I think it is important that you improve your league position every year, it shows that you are improving as a group and as individuals. Since the manager has come to this club they have done that which shows what a good job he has done since taking over three years ago."
The former Chippenham Towm man has settled in well at Weston and only has good things to say about his first season back at the club.
"I have been very pleased with my first season so far in the Blue Square South and hopefully that will continue until the end of the season, it would be great to top it off by finishing in the play-offs.
"We have proved we are more than capable of playing alongside these sides and with the results we have had over the last few weeks we have given ourselves a massive chance if sneaking into the play-offs." he said.