Dean Keates is not shying away from the task in front of Wrexham, as the Dragons prepare to welcome AFC Fylde to the Racecourse on Tuesday night.
Both teams reached the play-offs last season – with Fylde losing to Salford in the final – but go into this game with the Coasters in 19th and Wrexham in 21st.
And Keates knows how big three points could be in the long-term, as Wrexham look to beat AFC Fylde for the first time.
“It’s been a long time in between league games, and it’s four points now against teams at the top of the table [Bromley and Yeovil],” Keates said.
“But look, we know what we are as a football club and where the fans want to be, so let’s not try to cover anything up – we know we need to turn things around and we are in the process of doing that.
“If we can pick up maximum points against AFC Fylde on Tuesday night, you look at it then and it’s seven points – not a bad return out of a possible nine from our last three league games.
“It’s massive for us now.”