Ahead of Ronnie Moore's first game in charge of Eastleigh, the new boss has said that he will "handle the pressure" allowing his players to just "go out and express themselves."
Solihull Moors are the visitors to the Silverlake Stadium tomorrow with Moore looking to get off to a positive start.
So far this season, Eastleigh have made a stuttering start to the campaign with a return of just four points from four games.
Moore will be looking to stamp his authority on his new group of players and aim to find the winning formula to get the Spitfires' season back on the right track.
It will be his first chance of course to name his first starting eleven and a good opportunity for the players to stake a claim for a regular starting spot in a squad brimming with talent.
Centre-back Reda Johnson is likely to miss out on Saturday but he has an outside chance of getting some minutes at Bromley on Bank Holiday Monday.
.@ronniemoore53: Let me handle the pressure. Go out and express yourselves. https://t.co/eLlx7GKnhM #spitfires pic.twitter.com/CFn663RZb1— Jamie Montigue (@jamiemontigue) August 26, 2016
More quotes from @ronniemoore53 looking ahead to his first game in charge for the #spitfires https://t.co/ctmhewcQB2 pic.twitter.com/nOQhkbsgY3— Jamie Montigue (@jamiemontigue) August 26, 2016
.@ronniemoore53 challenges his players: "Play well and I can’t drop you, can I?” https://t.co/leAhtbLZrT #spitfires pic.twitter.com/12xLEdk5Zw— Jamie Montigue (@jamiemontigue) August 26, 2016
Injury update on @JohnsonReda - Reda Johnson edging closer to fitness https://t.co/ph4y6oRwKt #spitfires pic.twitter.com/0rkqms3u9u— Jamie Montigue (@jamiemontigue) August 26, 2016