WAYNNE PHILLIPS is looking to finish the season on a high after the Druids took a giant step towards survival with victory over their fellow strugglers.
Goals in each half from Chris McGinn and Kevin Holsgrove proved enough to lift the Ancients seven points clear of the relegation zone.
But joint boss Phillips admits there is no time to relax despite being in range of safety.
"We've now got more points than last year, and maybe one win from safety, but what I'm looking for now is to go on an unbeaten run to the end of the season" he said.
"I don't think there was a lot of quality in the game, we've played better in our previous two or three games, but it was all about winning.
“There's always a bit of an edge when you know you've got to win."
The Ancients went ahead on 34 minutes when McGinn nodded in from close range from Holsgrove's in-swinging right wing corner, but Llangefni went close when Darren Thomas and Jason Sadler were both foiled by a combination of goal-line clearances and the post.
After Lee Jones had a fine effort saved, the hosts then doubled the lead on the hour when Mike Thompson's angled effort from the right was palmed onto the bar by keeper Farai Jackson and Holsgrove lashed home the rebound.
The Anglesey men, however, were given a lifeline eight minutes later as Sadler was ruled to have been impeded in the box by defender Dan Barnett and Kevin Lloyd drove home the penalty.
And they enjoyed enough of the game to have got some reward, with keeper Chris Mullock making a good save to deny the advancing Sadler as the final whistle drew nearer.