STEVE Davis insists Nantwich will go all-out for victory in each of their remaining six games.
With FC United moving out of sight, the Dabbers are up to second in Division One as the promotion race hots up, but rivals Salford are level on points and Curzon Ashton have six games in hand.
With the top three guaranteed UniBond League football next term, Davis will settle for nothing less. And he admits draws are no good to his team anymore.
He said: 'We aim to win all of our remaining games. If we do that, we'd be very unlucky not to go up. Draws are no good, so we'll be going all out.
'Our last game is at Salford, and I'd settle for that as a decider. We need to get on a winning run, and Saturday's win was a good start. Let's keep it going.'
Tired Nantwich faced their third game in eight days, while opponents Flixton had not been in action for more than a week.
The Jackson Avenue outfit were dealt a further blow when defender Gyorgy Kiss reported sick, and striker Matt Blake had a sore knee. Both were unavailable.
Still, they started well and Mark Fitton saw an early header held by keeper Craig Duncan. Danny Griggs and Stuart Scheuber both went close, but the hosts had to wait until first-half stoppage time to break the deadlock.
Griggs swung in a free kick from the left and it found Andy Bott, who touched home his 24th of the season.
Nantwich stayed on top after the interval, with Bott and Fitton again threatening. In the 78th minute, Fitton set Murray McCulloch racing forward. The midfielder delivered a perfect square ball into the path of Andy Kinsey, who shrugged off his man before planting his 29th of the campaign.
The game was given new life when the visitors were handed a penalty three minutes later, which was tucked away by skipper Phil Bayliss.
But their hopes were effectively ended when defender Mark Ayres was given his marching orders for a crude tackle on Kinsey, and then displaying violent behaviour.
Davis added: 'We were the better side and deserved the win despite looking a little jaded. It was a bit scrappy but I'm pleased with the three points.'
Nantwich travel to face Bacup Borough on Saturday. n Nantwich Town are hosting development days for talented players next week, at Malbank School. On Tuesday, U8s are in action between 10am-12noon, while U9s play from 12noon-2pm. On Wednesday, U10s (10am-noon) and U11s (noon-2pm) play, while U12s (10-noon) play on Thursday. Cost is £3 per session.
Kids aged six to 12 are welcome to fun sessions, on Tuesday 10, Wednesday 11 and Thursday 12 of April, at Jackson Avenue. Each session is 10am-2.30pm. Cost is £12 per day or £30 for ... all three. Call Steve Davis on 07984 089189 ... for details.