Director of football Paul Maitland insists Weymouth are working on a number of different fronts to turn around the club’s fortunes, report the Dorset Echo.

Maitland, speaking in a near three-hour question and answer session, explained to fans the changes and plans lined up as Weymouth plot a course up the Vanarama National League table.

Brian Stock’s men are 21st of 23 teams, but are already six points adrift of fellow promoted side King’s Lynn in 20th having played twice more.

Speaking to Terras club commentator Ben Ashelford, Maitland outlined the improvements supporters can expect to see.

He said: “What changes are we planning to do?

“One of those things is to bring some housing in, or accommodation, so we can bring players in from further afield.

“It’s not just that. Our aim is to have additional training with a core of the players that can.”

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