BALTI Sports’ boss Marco Nott hopes his troops can secure a “vast improvement” ahead of their final game at Westland Sports in the Dorset Premier League tomorrow (3pm).

A victory at the third-placed Westland will secure fourth, which Nott described as a vast improvement over their eighth-placed finish last term.

Nott said: “It has been a good season really, we had a poor patch, like we seem to do but we got over it well and in the second half of the season we have been fantastic really.

“There are more positives than negatives that is for sure, hopefully we will try and cement fourth place on Saturday which would be a vast improvement from last season that is for sure.

“We have got a lot to build on really because we’ve been consistent in the second half of the season. That is what we have been looking for.

“So hopefully we can have a nice little break this time.”

Yet to secure this Balti face a tough ask at Westland, who sit third with 66 points and are still in with a shout of becoming champions.

Nott praised Westland, describing them as “one of the ultimate” tests in the league.

Nott said: “It is always good to play Westland, it is always one of those big encounters, they are a very good team. The last few years they have been in the finals of cups and challenging for the league so they are one of the ultimate tests in the league, they are a good side.

“We will have to be on our game to get something.”

Sanchez Baker comes back from injury having missed most of the season. Phil Anderson, Ross Walker and Carl McClements all return for Balti.