CONFIDENCE is the key for Owen Brown as his Vauxhall Motors side look to maintain the form that has rocked the Premier Division's leading pack over the past fortnight.
The Motormen have climbed into the qualification places for next season's Conference North with a series of impressive performances which have produced wins over three of the top five clubs.
And boss Brown reflected: "We are on a decent run and good results breed confidence, which hopefully will produce more good results.
"We have beaten Alfreton, Barrow and Harrogate, who are all top five sides, and have not conceded a goal to any of them. That speaks volumes."
Brown's men are at home to lowly Spennymoor United tomorrow and will have Peter Cumiskey available again, the 26-goal star having missed the midweek win over Harrogate because of work commitments.
Midfielder Kevin Lynch is still suspended and Brad Cullen is ruled out with a fractured eye socket, but fellow defenders Carl Macauley and Alan Griffiths hope to return from injury.
Southport take on Harrogate Town at Haig Avenue looking to maintain the form that has seen Liam Watson's men beaten only once in 15 games since Christmas.
The Sand-grounders are in seventh place in the table, virtually assured of a place in the Conference North next season, and boss Watson said: "It is important to keep things ticking over and pick up as many points as we possibly can."