Chairman Chris Reeves is adamant Poole Town have what it takes to avoid the drop from National South.

A 3-2 defeat to Welling United on Saturday left Dolphins five points from safety and with one win from their past eight league games. However, despite the difficult situation in which Tom Killick’s side find themselves, Reeves is confident safety remains achievable.

He told the Daily Echo: “I know we are good enough to survive but in every game, the divide between success and failure is wafer-thin. This season, things are going the way of the opposition a bit too often.

“Me and Tom really believe we are good enough to come through. Tom is a past master of inspiring the players and Jamie Whisken is an inspirational skipper.

“The mood in the dressing room is very strong and three points for a win means things can change very quickly. We are desperate to hang on to our National South status.

“There is so much going on at the club that is positive so the last thing we want is to be relegated.”

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