LEE McEvilly is in a rich vein of form - and he is keen to continue it at FA Cup heroes Exeter on Saturday in another massive Conference clash.
The Stanley striker has scored four goals in the last four games and has now got 14 for the season.
And the former Rochdale hitman is desperate to keep his run going so he can get the Reds into the play-offs and return to the Football League.
"It would mean a lot to me to get back into the league as I have had a few knocks in my football career and it would be nice to go back up," said the 22-year-old.
"At the moment, things are going well in front of goal with me and Paul (Mullin). But, although it is nice to score, it is all about the team and the result.
"We have been too inconsistent this season but this month is a big one for us.
"We have got Exeter, Barnet and Halifax and if we can get results against all of these, it keeps us up among the other teams chasing promotion.
"A couple of games ago the management gave us a target of 10 wins as they think that should be enough to get into the play-offs.
"We have beat Farnborough and Scarborough so we need another eight and hopefully we can get another one out of the way on Saturday.
"Exeter is a hard place to go as they are up there but I haven't seen any team that is so much better than us in the league, except perhaps Barnet who are running away with it.
"But we have had some sloppy results and they have cost us so now we have got to make sure we go on a run."
Powerhouse McEvilly is certainly making an impact in front of goal and has caught up with top scorer Mullin, who also has 14 goals in all competitions.
"There isn't a grudge between me and Paul who gets the most goals. We are both just out to get as many as possible. Paul's not a betting man anyway!
"I haven't set myself a target as I have been playing wide left and wide right rather than centre forward but now I have just got to keep trying to knock them in," he added.
Boss John Coleman admitted he is interested to see how the fellow play-off chasing Grecians go after their epic FA Cup adventure where Manchester United knocked them out in a fourth round replay at Exeter.
"They have recovered from a poor start where they lost five out of their first six games," said Coleman. "But they will have got a lot of confidence from going to Old Trafford and getting a draw.
"It will be inter esting to see if they have a fall-out from the FA Cup."
"We certainly experienced it last year when we turned in some sterling performance in the cup but our league form suffered afterwards.
"It will be interesteing to see what happens but at the moment they will be full of conficence.
"But we have four wins on the bounce and we go there expecting a result."
Stanley are on a high after their 2-1 league win over Scarborough last Saturday which moved them up to sixth in the league.
And they followed it up on Tuesday with a 5-0 hammering of Tamworth in the Conference Cup.
Meanwhile, Coleman confirmed no new faces are expected to arrive by tomorrow although target Dean Howell has refused a new contract at Halifax Town and will delay a decision on his future until the summer.
"I am trying to get one or two in in the next couple of weeks. It's just a case of getting the right ones and when that happens it will just give us a little boost," added the boss.
- STANLEY'S Conference clash at Canvey Island on February 26 has been postponed because of Canvey's FA trophy commitments.