Maidstone’s survival prospects look slim but John Still isn’t ready to throw in the towel, Kent Online report.
United are 13 points from safety going into Saturday’s home game against relegation rivals Havant.
It’s more than six months since their sole league win at the Gallagher but they have to deliver this weekend.
The Havant clash is followed by a trip to play-off contenders Eastleigh on Tuesday night.
Stones boss Still said: “It’s not possible to accept we’re going down because this is football.
“We’ve got 11 games left and my target is 33 points and if we lose the next game it’ll be 30 points.
“Because this is football, we could have an unbelievable run and win seven or eight and someone could have an unbelievably bad run and lose seven or eight.
“You can never say we’re down, not in a million years.
“We have to get on the road of looking where the changes may be for next season, regardless of what league we’re in, and we have started that.”
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