Dennis Greene believes he is currently managing the strongest squad he has been in charge of at Boston United.
Following Saturday’s 5-1 drubbing of Guiseley he paid tribute to his team - placing them above the line-up which finished sixth in last season’s Conference North campaign.
Now he wants his squad to go out and prove they are good enough to finish in the play-off spots.
“It shows we’re capable and our problem is consistency,” Greene said.
“Our squad’s now the strongest it’s ever been since I’ve been in charge, we now just need to have that belief to go on a run of games.
“We’re capable, we’ve got the squad and the players.”
Greene has also challenged his side to replicate the form of promotion rivals Tamworth - who have moved into the top five following a run of 12 straight league victories.
“You look at what Tamworth have done and you have to give them credit,” Greene added.
“But there’s no reason why we can’t do exactly the same.
“We’re good enough to go on a run and good enough to finish in the play-off places in this division.”