Dorchester Town boss Callum Brooks revealed he is attempting to change the Magpies’ “whole culture” but warned on-field improvements would not be an “overnight process”.

Brooks oversaw a 4-1 defeat at Salisbury on Saturday, following up a 3-0 loss to Truro City – both sides are expected to challenge for league honours this season.

Dorchester, who finished 15th last season, do not have a fixture this weekend due to Saturday’s scheduled opponents Hayes & Yeading facing AFC Dunstable in the FA Cup Preliminary Round.

The Magpies will next visit Blackfield and Langley on Bank Holiday Monday (3pm) and Brooks conceded Dorchester will be “working hard” in the nine days between games.

He told Echosport: “We’ll be working hard on the training field to work on elements of our game which, over the last two, have not quite been up to scratch.

“We’ll be continuing to build the bond with the group, build the togetherness. This is a club that’s fought relegation.”

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