DANISH racer Nicolai Klindt wants to give Pirates a sting in the tail.

The 29-year-old is set to drop to reserve for the SGB Premiership trip to his former club Leicester tomorrow.

Having recently returned to Wimborne Road, Klindt has scored 10 paid 11 combined in two meetings in the main body of the Poole septet.

And he is keen to rack up the points at reserve, an area where Pirates must surely deliver if they are to climb into the play-off spots.

Klindt told the Daily Echo: “If our reserve pairing can get 12 to 14 points between them, which is possible, it makes a big difference.

“That’s where we have to put our foot down and I do believe we can go all the way and win the league.

“But everyone has to ride to their ability as it’s a tough league this year. We have to use our reserve strength to our advantage.”

Klindt is one of two Danes in the Poole side after Frederik Jakobsen was drafted in to replace misfiring Pole Mateusz Szczepaniak.

Jakobsen, who was given an assessed four-point average, scored seven paid nine on a fruitful debut against Belle Vue four days ago.