Brandon Goodship paid tribute to the coaching staff and team-mates as he goes into Weymouth’s last eight games four goals clear at the top of the charts for the golden boot in the Evo-Stik Southern Premier Division.
Goodship has scored 29 league goals this season for Weymouth, as well as two in pre-season friendlies, in his first season with the Terras that puts him four clear of Hereford’s John Mills.
Goodship, referring to Weymouth manager Mark Molesley, told Echosport: “He is the one that picks me every week so I suppose to have to thank him and every training session he puts on and helps the team create chances for me.
“I have got all my team-mates to thank and all the coaching staff because I would not be scoring the amount of goals I am if it was not for everyone playing their part.”
Goodship’s latest goal for the Terras came in a 2-0 win against Dunstable Town on Saturday, with the visiting defence presenting him with an opportunity to shoot in from six yards out and an chance Goodship did not pass up.
Goodship admitted: “I think that has probably been the easiest goal of my season to be fair and I have not had many like that so it was nice.”
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