James Belshaw insists Tamworth are refusing to think too far ahead despite a hat-trick of wins giving them fresh hope in their pursuit of a National North play-off place.
Victories over Curzon Ashton, Gloucester City and league leaders Solihull Moors have got the Lambs back on track after a disappointing spell which saw them lose to Brackley and Corby.
But Belshaw said: “We are just taking it game by game, half by half right now.We dug ourselves a massive hole when we lost the Brackley and Corby games. Although confidence is high again now and we have some momentum, we can’t think too far ahead of ourselves.”
“I think the moment we start doing that again, the wheels are likely to come off. So we just have to focus. We have three home games now and hopefully we can take advantage of that fact. We are only thinking about Stockport, who will be a tough test for us.”
“It was a really good, hard match at their place which either side could have won and I expect them to give us a real game again.All we can do is just keep trying to pick up points.It’s out of our hands a bit in terms of the play-offs, we are relying on other sides to slip up but if we can keep picking up the points, who knows?”