WORTHING Football Club manager Adam Hinshelwood is hoping his side can go on a strong run for the rest of the year.
Rebels have five of their next eight league games at home and they sit 13th in the Ryman League South Division table, eight points off the play-offs with two games in hand.
Hinshelwood said: “Our league is a bit like the Championship in that every team can beat one another.
“We’ve got five of our next eight games at home and it’s a real chance for us to put a good run of form together.
“If we can do that, we can push up a few places in the league and go into the new year with confidence.”
Hinshelwood admitted it is always nicer to have points on the board than games in hand but said: “We said November was going to be a big month in the league but it hasn’t quite panned out that way, with cup games and postponements.
“We’ve still got some big games to come and we’ve got to get a winning mentality going.
“For the rest of the year, we’ve got to give it a big push and see how many points we can collect.”
Rebels host leaders Faversham on Saturday, then entertain Tooting on Wednesday.