POOLE Town midfielder Charlie Davis believes a return to National South is still the main focus throughout Dolphins’ set-up.

Relegated from step two of the non-league pyramid last season, Tom Killick’s men find themselves 10th in Southern League South but with games in hand on every team in the division.

Poole only featured in two league fixtures throughout November due to cup clashes and a waterlogged pitch denying them the chance to take on Swindon Supermarine on Tuesday.

They aim to kickstart a hectic nine-game December schedule with victory at Frome Town on Saturday (3pm).

And former Cherries youngster Davis, who re-joined Poole from rivals Weymouth in October, believes making the step up once again would signal the club’s determination.

He told the Daily Echo: “It’s a big club and it’s ambitious. I definitely know promotion is in the forefront in everyone’s mind.

“I definitely think with the group of lads we have here and the management, promotion is what everyone will be striving towards. It has to be a focus for the club.”

Poole are currently six points behind fifth-place Hendon, who occupy the final play-off position.

Hosts Frome find themselves submerged in the bottom three with 14 points from their opening 17 fixtures.