Weymouth midfielder Andy Robinson admitted his late goal against Slough Town was all the “sweeter” after a long battle with injury this season.

Robinson eventually needed ankle surgery following a horror tackle in the 4-1 win over St Albans in October, missing over four months of action.

And the former Southampton and Bolton maestro came on for Jordan Ngalo before volleying home Ollie Harfield’s corner to secure a 2-0 victory for the Terras against promotion rivals Slough.

Speaking to Echosport, Robinson revealed scoring after his injury nightmare was the “best feeling”.

He said: “I’m really pleased. Scoring is probably the best feeling when you play.

“I’m really pleased to come on and score. To be part of a win as well was really nice.”

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