TAUNTON Town head of football Rob Dray is looking to take the positives out of the break between fixtures forced by this month’s national lockdown.

Speaking after Tuesday’s 4-2 defeat to Truro City, Dray told the County Gazette: “We’ve had some tough games in the last six weeks, so we will look to take the positives out of what’s happening, look at our season so far, and see what we can tweak here and there.

“Another big positive is that [midfielder] Lee Lucas will be fully fit when we’re back.”

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Looking ahead, Dray added: “We don’t know when the league will restart, but we will have to be prepared.

“We have one free Saturday in April, so [postponed] games will need to be played in midweek.

“In theory we can get all of the games in, but that’s without taking bad weather into account.

“It will be tough for the governing bodies, as they’ll need to have a Plan A, Plan B and Plan C.

“We will need to know when we are playing again in plenty of time, as we can’t train [for the next month].”