Weymouth forward Yemi Odubade is enjoying the extra responsibility of adding more goals to his tally after his double in the Terras’ 4-1 FA Cup third qualifying round win over St Albans.
Since club top scorer Brandon Goodship left for League One side Southend, the Terras’ attack has been challenged by boss Mark Molesley to weigh in with goals.
Weymouth’s forwards have duly responded with top scorer Brett Williams netting six times, while Odubade and Ben Thomson now have five apiece for the season.
Speaking to Echosport, Odubade said: “It’s been really good, we’ve strengthened in the right areas.
“We can’t replace Goody’s goals but the good thing that we have got is goals all around the team.
“We’re just spreading it about. The gaffer did actually say that’s what we need to do and we’re living up to it, so long may it continue.
“We’ve all stepped up to the plate. We’ve got in the right areas and we’ll always create chances. We’ve just got to keep going, it’s a long old season and it’s only October.
“We’ve just kept that championship mentality from last year.”