Deeping Rangers face Melton Town in the United Counties League Premier Division North
Joint manager Scott Bogusz wants his Deeping Rangers side to keep piling on the pressure on their play-off rivals.
Rangers have moved within three points of a coveted top five spot after a four-match winning run in the United Counties League Premier Division North.
They travel to fifth-placed Melton Town on Saturday where victory would propel the Clarets above their hosts and into the play-off places.
Bogusz said: "It's important that we keep turning that screw and putting pressure on the teams around us and above us.
"We can all look back at the points that we've dropped this season which has been frustrating but that's gone now.
"It's in the past and there's nothing we can do about it. We've got 10 games to go and, in my opinion, the squad is now the strongest it's been for a while.
"It's very competitive and we've still got three or four players to come back into the 16 which we had at the weekend.
"The onus is now on the players to play as well as possible because someone wants your shirt which is always a good thing to have."
Rangers have signed Rob Conyard from Wisbech Town while fellow frontman Avi Vieira has joined Holbeach on a short-term dual registration for match fitness having come back from injury recently.
Defender Ashton Offler will return to Stamford this weekend having completed his higher level ban with David Burton-Jones back in Rangers' ranks after his suspension ended.
Bourne Town travel to Leicester St Andrews in the first of three back-to-back away games in Division One.
They then head to Holwell Sports on Tuesday night before completing the away treble next weekend at Asfordby.
Manager Michael Goode said: "It will be a tough game because St Andrews are right up there in the form table. They are on a good roll but so are we.
"They're three games which we are obviously going out to win but, with them all being away from home, they are that bit trickier."
The Wakes are 12 points clear at the top of the table having played the same amount of games as second-placed Clipstone who were beaten at Kirby Muxloe at the weekend.
Goode added: "We have to keep winning our games and that's all we're interested in at the moment.
"Kirby obviously did us a favour but I think it was coming for Clipstone because they had scraped through the last two games.
"We had been waiting for it to happen while doing our bit and it has given us that little bit more breathing space.
"We will obviously back ourselves and we're in a good position. Clipstone's defeat at the weekend has given us that little bit more of a boost.
"We didn't talk about it too much but everyone knows that it is a boost and you're starting to think a little bit more ahead than you should which is inevitable."
Clipstone have a home match with Blackstones on Saturday.
Stones were 1-0 victors over West Bridgford on Saturday thanks to a late goal from Kieran Duffy-Weekes.
The home skipper looped home a header from Jamie Short's delivery to ensure a third successive win for the Stamford side who had suffered an injury setback in the first half after recent signing Will Bestwick was forced off.