Ian Culverhouse insists he doesn’t care about the rest of the league as he picked over the remnants of King’s Lynn Town’s long unbeaten home run.
Lynn remain a point clear of York, who beat third-placed Chester 4-2, and have two games in hand, but could lose top spot next weekend when the Minstermen go to Boston United.
While they’re doing that, Lynn have to wait until Monday night before they kick off at Gloucester City.
But the timing is of little consequence to the Linnets boss.
“I don’t care about York, I really don’t,” he said. “I don’t care about anyone in the league. I care about us.”
“The next challenge for us is can we go to Gloucester and put in a performance? I don’t worry about what other teams do, let them worry about us.”