The festive double-header with Altrincham and a home game with Macclesfield Town present realistic chances of picking up points, says Chester FC boss Steve Burr.
Consecutive wins have cheered the mood around the Lookers Vauxhall Stadium and Burr, whose side were excellent in a 4-1 win over Torquay United at the weekend, wants to capitalise on that.
Chester head to Moss Lane, where Altrincham beat them 1-0 in the FA Cup fourth qualifying round in October, on Boxing Day before hosting Macclesfield on December 28 and then have the return fixture with Alty on January 2.
Burr said: "We've not had the best of luck against Altrincham since I've been here and getting knocked out of the FA Cup hurt us badly but this win puts us into good mode for going into those games and they're games that I feel we have got to look at winning.
"You come up against some teams in this division where, and we're always trying to win, realistically it's difficult but Saturday was a game we felt we could win and we'd done a lot of homework on Torquay and areas we feel we could get at them and I felt we did that.
"The Macc game and the games against Alty are games where we want to look to get more points on the board."
Burr, who has decided to allow George Thomson to spend a second month on loan at FC United of Manchester, has been frustrated with his side's inconsistent performances this season.
But there are signs things could be starting to click into place and the 55-year-old was pleased to put on a show in front of the home fans against Torquay.
He said: "The supports have been with us all season, it doesn't matter where you are or whatever team you are, if you don't win the fans will have a moan and rightly so.
"Home and away, they've always encouraged the lads and the staff here when they can see good signs and they saw plenty of good signs on Saturday and it was encouraging."
"Football's like a drug for me, I love it. If you lose you're really down for a while and then you get yourself back up and then you get days like Saturday when you go again and look to build on what you've done
"I always enjoyed the festive period as a player and I'll enjoy it more if we win."