Welling boss Steve King insists their Good Friday win over Chelmsford does not set down a marker for the play-offs.
Two first-half goals for Bradley Goldberg gave the Wings maximum points and means they are almost certain to finish in the top three in National Leaue South.
The two teams could yet meet again in the play-offs at Park View Road but King says you can’t read too much into that result.
“Third place ends up playing the winners of fourth and seventh,” said King. “Chelmsford for me are going to get fourth place so it will be the winners of their game. There’s a possibly that it could happen again.
“We didn’t really throw down a marker. First half we did, if we’d gone on and won three or four then that would have thrown a proper marker down. But we didn’t throw a marker down for me.
“They were much better in the second half but they’ll go away thinking if they’d played like they did in the second half in the first then it might have been different.”
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