GREG Clowes has set his team a target of 40 points by the New Year after enjoying a profitable few days.
The Bullets followed up a tremendous 2-1 midweek win over Division One high-flyers Cammel Laird with a comfortable 3-0 success over strugglers Bridlington on Saturday.
The wins have brought Town up to the 33-point mark as they look ahead to a tough festive schedule, starting with a trip to second-placed Stocks-bridge Park Steels on Saturday.
Now the ever-confident Clowes has asked for more from his men. 'I'd like to have 40 points by the turn of the year,' he said.
'I'm happy with our form at the moment, but I'm still not happy with our league position. If we can get into the top 10 by Christmas, I'll believe we can go for at least the play-offs.' Goals from Glyn Blackhurst and Richard Mitchell sealed a super win against Laird, who were promoted as champions from the North West Counties League last term.
And strikes from Blackhurst, Ryan Dicker and Chris Budrys earned the victory at the Town Ground, at the weekend.
Clowes added: 'They were two very good results. It was a fair result in midweek, although I was a little disappointed we conceded late on.
'Bridlington were the better team in the first 20 minutes on Saturday.
They hit the woodwork, and that gave us a wake-up call. Once we snapped out of it, the game was over.
'I don't think they had another shot on goal after that. We have a strong bench at the moment, which is pleasing, and Simon Eldershaw came off it to make an impact and set up a couple of goals.
'We beat Stocksbridge at home in the FA Trophy earlier this season, but they will be a different animal at home. They are not second for nothing. But we fear nobody.'