VAUXHALL Motors will have the Conference North summit in their sights when they take on Hucknall Town at Rivacre Park tomorrow.
Providing results elsewhere go their way, a win would be enough to send the Motormen top of the early-season table.
Carl Macauley's men are unbeaten in five matches and have a game in hand on the teams around them.
Vauxhall officials are hoping that this weekend's game draws in a sizeable crowd.
Attendances at Rivacre Park for the club's opening three home fixtures have averaged only 175 - a figure far lower than the Motors' Conference North rivals.
Chairman Alan Bartlam, who issued a fresh call for support in the Chronicle two weeks ago, said: 'I find it all very frustrating. We are playing an exciting brand of football - we look good going forward and solid at the back. And yet having turned in a terrific team performance against Blyth last midweek, we still finished up with less support on Saturday against Hinckley!'
He added: 'We are currently trying to improve the already excellent facilities at Rivacre Park to bring it up to required Conference standards, but it is impossible to justify such large expenditure when so few bother to come along.
'We desperately need support through the turnstiles to make things happen.
'The quality of the football is much better than people perceive and I would encourage any fair minded football fan to come along and see for him or herself.'
Kick-off on Saturday is 3pm. Vauxhall visit Workington on Tuesday (7.45pm).
* The Motormen claimed back-to-back 2-2 draws over the bank holiday weekend.
Goals from Anthony Wright and Karl O'Donnell earned a point against Hinckley United at Rivacre park on Saturday and the Ellesmere Port outfit earned a share of the spoils at Lancaster City 48 hours later.
Carl Macauley's men were 2-0 down and looked to be heading for their first defeat of the season until strikes from Steve McNulty and O'Donnell salvaged a point.