BRIDGWATER Town joint boss Kevin Milsom said he will be weighing up his options before committing to another season at Fairfax Park.

Milsom said it has been both a mentally and physically draining month as the side battled to fulfil 14 league outings inside 25 days in order to meet Saturday's deadline and avoid being fined.

He said: “I am going to take a step back for a week to make a decision for me, not just for Bridgwater.

“They [Bridgwater Town] need to come up with a plan, if there is a budget then I will be able to take the club forward but I am not prepared to be put through the same situation as this year.

“There were a few unnecessary comments over the course of the season and I have to evaluate what I want to do.”

Town's exhausting league campaign came to an end on Saturday but the Robins still have some silverware up for grabs if they can beat Taunton Town at home tonight (KO 7.45pm) in the Somerset Premier Cup semi-final.

Bridgwater lost 2-1 to Yate Town last Tuesday with goalkeeper Luke Purnell scoring from the penalty spot; drew 1-1 against Evesham United as Dave Pearse got on the scoresheet and then lost 3-1 to North Leigh on Saturday with Harry Nodwell grabbing the consolation.

Milsom said: “The club owe the players a massive debt of gratitude for fulfilling the fixtures and for doing all the miles we have done in the circumstances.

“I have never known a season like it.

“The players will be up for tonight (Tuesday) though. In recent derby matches we have let ourselves down so we will see what is left in the tank.”