STEVE Butterworth has called on Great Wakering Rovers to seal all three points as Ollie Woodhouse bids farewell to the Isthmian North club.

Wakering, who are now six points adrift of the play-off places, are set to make the trip to Witham Town tomorrow.

It will be the last time Woodhouse appears in a Wakering shirt and Butterworth concedes the central defender's departure will come as a major blow.

"Ollie is moving to Bristol, so it will be his last game for the club," said the Wakering player-manager.

"He has probably been our best player this season and is also in that category for the last two or three years.

"Ollie has been head and shoulders above the rest this term.

"He will be a massive loss for us and we just hope others will be able to step up to the plate."

Wakering head to 16th-placed Witham's Simarco Stadium having suffered a 3-1 defeat to Histon last time out.

While Martin Tuohy was dismissed and will miss this weekend's fixture due to suspension, George Purcell scored on his Wakering debut.

And Butterworth has challenged Purcell to find the back of the net for a second consecutive outing.

"George's left foot is like a wand and, more often than not, his shots are on target," added Butterworth.

"He will only get better as the weeks go by because he needs to get used to his new team-mates.

"George showed against Histon what he is capable of and we want him to keep scoring goals."