Nathan Collins wants his Boston Town side to fire their way out of the UCL Premier drop zone.
The Poachers know that victory over Northampton Sileby Rangers today will see them leapfrog their foes and move out of the bottom two.
Town, in 18th, currently sit a place and a point below today’s opponents.
And if other results also go their way, three points would be enough for them to move all the way up to 15th.
With Town now unbeaten in three matches, manager Collins has sensed a change in his charges.
He said: “I think we’re improving with each game. They’re getting to know each other’s games more.
“I think we were unlucky not to win the last two matches (draws with Holbeach United and Newport Pagnell).
“I don’t think a win is far away. When we click I think we will score a lot of goals.”
Striker Robbie Bryant could be in line for his Poachers debut, after being given international clearance.
Kick off at Tattershall Road is 3pm.