Brian Stock has heralded the spirit in the Hawks squad as the best he has ever experienced in his long career.

The midfielder joined the Hawks in 2014 after a long career in the Football League where he played nearly 400 games. He has featured for Wales and had successful spells at Bournemouth, Doncaster Rovers and Burnley. But he feels nothing previously has matched the togetherness at Westleigh Park this season.

In Stock’s eyes this was a huge factor in the Vanarama National League South title success. He also believes it can help steer the club to a clean sweep of trophies. The Hawks take on Fareham Town tonight at Cams Alders in the semi-finals of the Portsmouth Senior Cup. The winners will meet AFC Portchester in the final at Fratton Park.

Stock wants to add this additional silverware to the Hampshire Senior Cup and league title already in the trophy cabinet for this season. He said: “The team spirit here is unbelievable and the best I have ever had by a million miles. It has been like it all season.

“I don’t think I will ever experience anything like this again. Obviously I am 36-years-old now and had quite a number of seasons in football.”

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