Chester FC will be looking to extend their unbeaten streak in the National League to seven games this weekend when they host Torquay United.
The recent good form shown by the Blues has seen the good vibes return to the Lookers Vauxhall Stadium and Chester will be looking to build on Saturday's 5-0 win at home to Dover Athletic and Tuesday night's 1-0 success at North Ferriby when they face the Gulls.
As ever, there has been plenty going on at the Blues today in the build up to the clash. Here's your round-up.
Macca not getting carried away
"There have been plenty of calls of 'joke' and 'rubbish' so I know how it can change and I keep some things like that so I don't get too carried away when we are winning games and everyone is happy." That's the view of Blues boss Jon McCarthy.
The Chester manager has been delighted by the form shown by his club in recent weeks but knows what can happen when things don't go to plan.
"I get some stuff on Twitter sometimes and I keep it so that I can remind myself of how quickly things can change and so I don't get too carried away," he said.
"I've had stuff saying that 'at least we have only got a year of this nugget', stuff like that. It is motivation and it brings me back down to earth."
Keeper move close
McCarthy had hoped to have a deal sorted in time for the visit of Torquay, and that may still happen, but it is now a case of playing the waiting game.
Chester have been in contact with a number of potential targets as they look for a permanent replacement for Jon Worsnop and someone to challenge Liam Roberts.
The Chronicle understands a keeper with Football League experience one being considered while the club missed out on two targets currently at other clubs."A couple of things broke down in terms of players that might have come in and a phone calls of players that might have happened but didn't," said McCarthy.
"We have some people in with us for training today (Thursday) and it's just waiting for it to fall into place. I won't rush that.
"It is very important who we bring in. I want the right one and players who will be available for the FA Cup. We've got a loan goalkeeper who has done really well for us but I would like one of our own."
Blues boss on Gulls test
Chester host Torquay on Saturday as they look to keep their superb run going.
But the Blues boss knows his side will have a tough test on their hands.
"They have got good players and were able to assemble a strong squad and they will come here with a group of players who other stronger teams would have coveted," said McCarthy
"We spoke to some of their players over the summer but weren't able to attract them to this football club.
"They have got a lot of strengths there and they have been playing some good football so it will be tough."
Roberts given a rough ride
Chester keeper Liam Roberts was quizzed by the press this morning on his run of clean sheets but he was given a tough time by teammates Evan Horwood and Craig Mahon.
The Blues duo did their best to put off Roberts but he managed to spin out a few quotes in between.
"We've all come along way since the start of the season," he said.
"We look a lot more confident in the shape and we seem to have gelled a lot more. We have stayed solid. In the first five or six games you could see we weren't gelling as much as we are now."
Both Ryan Lloyd and Tom Shaw were substituted at half time during the win at North Ferriby after picking up injuries.
But Blues boss McCarthy is hopeful that both midfielders will be available for selection for Saturday after being assessed by the club's medical staff.
Away from the Blues
Tranmere Rovers look set to appoint Micky Mellon as their new manager after the Scotsman left his role as boss of League One Shrewsbury Town by mutual consent.
Mellon will replace ex-Chester City midfielder Gary Brabin who was sacked last month.