Antonio Diaz spoke of his desire to repay Weymouth manager Mark Molesley after his signing was announced prior to the 2-2 draw at Winchester City on Saturday.

Diaz, who was a second-half substitute, was signed alongside Josh McQuoid and Matt Casey, with the latter on work experience forms.

The winger said: “It is really pleasing, I spoke to Moles a lot over pre-season and when I told him I was available he was really keen to get him on board and I just want to repay him that now and play well and play in as many games as I can and help the team win every game.

“I am very pleased I came in at the start of pre-season with Moles, played a couple of games, trained and really enjoyed it.

“There is a great buzz around the squad, really competitive, which is I think really important for us and we all push each other because everyone can play and there is competition for places but I am really pleased to get back and I cannot wait for this week.”

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