Chester FC boss Steve Burr admits it would be 'very difficult' to make changes for this weekend's trip to Eastleigh after his side's incredible performance midweek.
Having annihilated one Hampshire club with Tuesday's 8-2 home win against Aldershot , the Blues face another on Saturday in the form of the big-spending Spitfires.
Eastleigh - who had an approach to speak to Burr turned down in October after Richard Hill resigned - took Bolton Wanderers to a replay in the FA Cup third round but have struggled in the league under Hill's replacement Chris Todd.
However, a 2-1 win over Woking in the week kept them in the play-off hunt and Todd will be desperate for another three points when the Blues visit Silverlake Stadium.
The mood among Chester's squad has been transformed this week and while not completely out of the woods yet, the win over Aldershot coupled with a 1-0 victory against Eastleigh earlier in the season means there's no lack of confidence.
In normal circumstances Burr might have been tempted to bring an extra man in midfield but the six goals strikers James Alabi and Ross Hannah scored on Tuesday will ensure those two are paired together again.
Burr, who has extended Danny O'Brien's loan from Wigan Athletic for the remainder of the season , expects the Spitfires to provide another stern test, particularly with a squad that is stacked with talent and experience, but he reiterated his side would be going for the win.
Burr said: "We've got to look at what we do at the weekend because the pitch is heavy down at Eastleigh. Do we go with two wingers? Do we change things to go a bit more solid? But it would be very, very difficult to change things from the other night because the lads were excellent and we need to use that as a platform to kick on now.
"Wherever we go, whether it's one of the big spenders like Eastleigh or clubs similar to ourselves, we'll always go to try and win.
"With the resources Eastleigh have got they've been able to bring Matt Tubbs in, they've got James Constable, the boy Jamie Turley at the back, Jai Reason; they've got a lot of players who can handle this level on a regular basis and they've showed that.
"They've had a great run in the FA Cup this year but maybe that's distracted a little bit from their league performances but we know how difficult it will be down there.
"I would expect the pitch to be similar to Braintree because Eastleigh haven't had the best of times with the pitch down there but you've got to deal with that and it's the same for both teams and we'll have to better than we did at Braintree."