LUCTONIANS Head Coach Ryan Watkins hopes that his side can turn their fortunes around now that he has a full squad of players to choose from.

The Kingsland based side travel to seventh place South Leicester on Saturday following a run of one win in their last eight matches- seeing then drop to the bottom of the National League 2 North.

Watkins' side have had an enforced two weeks break due to a break in fixtures and last week’s match being postponed.

“The table looks bad but we are three games behind so we have got some catching up to do as we haven’t got the points so we have to get the wins now," said Watkins.

“Training has been good despite being a little disrupted due to the weather.

“We have analyse video footage of ourselves during an indoor session. We try and focus on ourselves in the build up to the game and so it is about 80 per cent on us and 20 per cent looking at our opposition.

“On Thursday (tonight) we will look at a few clips of them and make players aware of a few things.”

The enforced break has allowed Luctonians to regroup with several players returning from injury ahead ahead of the final run of games.

“We have a big squad to pick from and there is a lot of competition for places this week," added Watkins.

“The squad is looking more like what we had hoped for this year so I’m pretty excited.

“We wouldn’t be in this position if we had our proper squad to pick from. We are now in the position where we can potentially rest players.

“The squad I have got available now is the one we put together in the summer."