Reborn Wealdstone striker Callum Martin aims to take his frustrations out on Cray Wanderers on Saturday.

The 23-year-old failed to find the net for a fourth successive game during Tuesday's 2-0 home defeat to Hendon. Now the gifted forward has Cray in his sights as he bids to get over the half-way mark of his ten goal target for the remainder of the season.

Beset by injuries over the years, Martin's return to form has been one of the few highlights for Stones since the turn of the year. They will go to Cray in search of just their second win of 2010 but it will be a tough ask as Wanderers have won five and drawn one of their last seven league outings.

“Because we experienced such a high at the beginning of the season the expectation was there to play really well in every game,” said Martin. “We're going through a blip just like most teams do. I want to play in the majority of games left and finish the season with at least ten goals. I have five at the moment, so I'm on course.”

Lee Chappell will go straight back into the side after completing a three match ban but manager Gordon Bartlett will be without midfielder Dean Smith, who picked up an injury on Tuesday.

Stones' next home game is against Hastings United on Tuesday. For a full interview with Callum Martin see week's Harrow Observer.

Our prediction: All is not well at Wealdstone at present and they face tricky opposition on Cray, who have won five of their last seven league games. If they play anything like they did on Tuesday then defeat is inevitable, however, it surely cannot get any worse. 2-2.