ASSISTANT Callum Brooks is backing Poole Town to end their dismal home form and bank a much-needed three points.

Dolphins are one of two sides in National South not to win on their own patch this season – the other team being bottom club Whitehawk.

But Brooks believes tomorrow’s fixture against Weston-super-Mare (3pm) gives Dolphins a good chance to get off the mark.

Quizzed on the search for an elusive home victory, Brooks told the Daily Echo: “I don’t feel we are too far away.

“Once we get the first one, it gets the monkey off our back and we expect to back it up and get somewhere close to where our home form used to be.

“The longer it goes on, the more people will talk about it, the more stats will be thrown at us and the more it will slowly creep into the players’ minds.

“It is not massively in our minds but it is more at the moment because people are talking about it.

“As players and coaches, we won’t read too much into it. We have had good, physical training sessions and will go into the game all guns blazing.”

Poole’s last home win in the league came on April Fools’ Day, when they overcame Concord Rangers 2-1.