RHYS Weston reckons AFC Wimbledon's squad as character in abundance.
The Dons travel to York City tomorrow hoping to bounce back from Tuesday night's 5-3 Johnstone's Paint Trophy defeat at League One Brentford.
Every time Neal Ardley's side have lost this season they've responded with victory in the following game.
And Weston, who is a doubt with a hamstring injury, reckons the Dons will recover from the Brentford loss when they face the Minstermen.
He said: “One thing this group of players has got is character and fighting spirit. We've already shown that a couple of times this season.
“We can take positives from our attacking play at Brentford in the second half, where we were pretty clinical.
“We can't dwell on the defeat too much because it was a tough game against a good opposition.
“We'll move on and try and put it right on Saturday. It will be a more recognisable starting XI as well.
“We'll try and bounce back.”
Dons have yet to win on the road this season, with a draw at Torquay on the opening day followed by defeats at Millwall, Exeter and Brentford.
Wimbledon have a 100 per cent record on home turf, but Weston added: “We've been to two tough places in Torquay and Exeter, so our away form's not a concern at the moment.
“You have to go away from home and get points. We'll approach the game in the same manner.”
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