Nuneaton Town return to action on Saturday with another tough away assignment as we head to second-placed Kidderminster Harriers.
Skipper, Kelvin Langmead, spent last season with Harriers as they endured a difficult campaign which ended in relegation.
“It was disappointing how last season panned out,” he said. “There are good people at the club and it will be nice to see some familiar faces again.
“It will be all smiles at the start but hopefully I will be the one still smiling at the end!
“I’m looking forward to the game but mainly because it gives us an opportunity to get Tuesday’s defeat at Salford City out of our system.
“The manner of the defeat is what hurt the most; we conceded some poor goals but we have to get over it quickly and be ready to go again on Saturday for what will be another test.
“Of course it was disappointing that our unbeaten run had to come to an end but we’re determined to start a new one.
“We’ve made great strides in recent weeks and to go nine games unbeaten is fantastic.
“Kidderminster are a good side, though, who are up there on merit but we have to concentrate on ourselves and what we do.
“We know that we are more than capable of matching them and we’ll be making sure that we reach the high standards that have served us so well recently so that we can put in a good performance and hopefully bring home the points.
“The fans have really got behind us during our run and we need them to turn up in good numbers at the weekend as we look to give them something to cheer about.”