Chester FC manager Steve Burr says his squad owe it to the supporters and themselves to keep pushing for points until the end of the season.
Ben Heneghan's late header earned the Blues a 1-1 draw at Alfreton Town on Saturday and the fan-owned club are 12th in the Vanarama Conference with six games to go.
In comparison to this time last season, that represents a significant improvement but the manager, who was deeply unhappy with the poor first-half at the Impact Arena, doesn't want his players to ease up with a top half finish on the cards.
"For me, it's the improvement we've shown from last year," said Burr, who will return from his trip to Italian giants Juventus this week to prepare for the home game with Woking.
"Yes it would be good to finish in the top half but we can't settling for okay. I want to keep pushing them and pushing them, and that's why I was angry after the first-half performance.
"We've got the ability but you've got to match that with the ugly side of things and that's putting tackles in, putting headers in, being first and coming up against your man and making it very difficult for them, and we didn't do enough of that in the first-half.
"We had a great following at Alfreton and it's important our lads must realise that this club is a big club with massive support and they must realise that we've got to do it for them and do it for themselves."
One player who won't be involved this weekend is Oliver McBurnie, whose appearance at Alfreton was a surprise given he had been ruled out.
Scotland under-19s manager Ricky Sbragia gave the on-loan Bradford City the forward the green light to play before he linked up with the rest of the squad for the UEFA European Championship elite round in Austria.
"Oli contacted me after training on Thursday and said they were going to be meeting up on Saturday night and that Ricky Sbragia had no problem with him playing so that was a boost for us and we just miss him now for one game," said Burr.
McBurnie's absence could result in Tom Peers starting in the Woking game after the 19-year-old came off the bench at Alfreton having been recalled from his loan spell at Marine, where he scored eight times.
Burr said: "Tom's gone out to Marine, he's got a few goals and we've stuck him on and we said at half-time we're not going to hang about and wait for people to start showing us performances.
"We'll take the decisions away from them if we're not getting the performances and that's what me and Jon are paid for and we want better every week."