Lincoln City manager Chris Moyses wants his side to continue building momentum with three points from this weekend's visit to Chester FC.
The Imps head to the Lookers Vauxhall Stadium in confident mood with the club having made its best start to a season since exiting the Football League in 2011.
Tenth-placed Lincoln have recorded back-to-back victories and clean sheets, the latest being a 1-0 win at AFC Guiseley.
And in powerful forward Matt Rhead, Moyses can call on the services on an in-form centre forward who sits second in the scoring charts with 10 goals.
"What is pleasing is that we get better with little tweaks, week-in, week-out. It is hopefully the start of things to come," Moyses told the Lincolnshire Echo.
"We thought the momentum was building three or four weeks ago. I would look at a couple of the games we played and could see little bits happening. Now all of a sudden they are happening more regularly. That's what we are looking to do.
"Every game that goes by, you are looking to see if we could do different elements a little bit better, and that is what we do."
Watch: Highlights of last season's 4-0 home win over Lincoln City
Chester prevailed in both meetings with the Imps last season and kept two clean sheets in the process.
The Blues dished out a 4-0 beating on home turf in January with goals from John Rooney, Sean McConville, Ryan Higgins and Brad Abbott on a miserable afternoon for the visitors, who had two men sent-off.
And the following month Steve Burr's team completed a league double with a 1-0 triumph at Sincil Bank thanks to a fine McConville strike.