THE Nationwide Conference's latest manager of the month, Mark Wright, is keeping the champagne on ice.
Wright picked up the award for February after his side bagged maximum points from their three games, but he refuses to celebrate until his side has secured a return to the Football League.
'It's lovely to receive the accolade but we've won absolutely nothing yet,' said the City boss, who is more concerned with a potential goalkeeping crisis.
Original number one Wayne Brown, who has not played this year due to a foot injury, has now been ruled out for the season and with Ian McCaldon having emigrated to Australia, City last month signed Everton's Iain Turner on a month's loan.
This weekend marks the end of that period and if, as looks likely, the Toffees decide to re-call Turner, tomorrow's game against Burton Albion will be his last.
Wright said: 'We don't know what is going to happen with Iain yet but it appears David Moyes will be calling him back.
'If that's the case then I'll have to bring someone in very soon.'
Tomorrow's game at the Deva is sure to be another close encounter - the sides shared the points in the corresponding fixture last October.
It will mean Wright locking horns with former England team-mate Nigel Clough, who has been in charge at Eton Park for five years this month.
And Wright believes the Brewers are much better than their 12th position suggests.
'They really shouldn't be where they are in the table. They have a really good blend of experience and pace,' he said.
'Burton have a good-sized squad of 20 play-ers and can pick from the likes of Steve Chettle and Darren Wassall, who have both played at the highest level with Nottingham Forest.
'They have lively players in Aaron Webster and Andy Ducros while Andy White and Sam Shilton have both played at a higher level in recent years,' he added.
With only Brown and Carl Ruffer unavailable, Wright, as always, was keeping his team selection under wraps, although it could be that he names an unchanged side.
Michael Twiss may again have to be satisfied with a place on the bench, despite his wonder strike in the win against Woking.
Wright said: 'If Michael was more consistent, he would be in my starting 11 every week.'
Both Hereford and Shrewsbury continued to apply the pressure with midweek wins and City's lead at the top is down to five points, although they now have a game in hand on second-placed Hereford.
City's home game against Aldershot has been-rearranged for Tuesday, April 6 with The Shots in FA Trophy semi-final action on March 27, when the game was originally due to be played.
Wright said: 'It's going to be very frustrating to have a blank weekend at that stage of the season. When you're doing well you just want to be playing games all the time.'
With 10 games to go, Wright is still targeting five more wins as enough for promotion, and a win tomorrow will go a long way towards that goal.
Remaining fixtures - March: 6 Burton (h); 13 Morecambe (h); 20 Barnet (a).
April: 3 Accrington (a); 6 Aldershot (h); 10 Exeter (h); 13 Shrewsbury (a); 17 Scarborough (h); 24 Hereford (a).
City players have been given an added incentive for the final 10 games of the season. Chester Saab has offered a top-class sports car to any player who scores a hat-trick in the run-in.