North Wales Crusaders head coach Anthony Murray wants his side to focus on themselves and nobody else as they make a push for a play-off place.
Murray’s men host Doncaster at Queensway Stadium on Sunday, looking to get back to winning ways in League 1.
With six games remaining, Crusaders are two points behind Workington Town and three behind London Skolars having played a game less.
And, after travelling to Oldham with a depleted squad last weekend, Murray should have a number of players returning for the clash with Doncaster.
“It’ll be good to get some bodies back,” he said.
“We’ll have Kenny Baker, Stephen Wild and Lewis Fairhurst all available to us this weekend.
“If we can get a win against Doncaster, it’ll give us a better chance of making the play-offs.
“It would hopefully help us close the gap on the likes of Workington, London and Doncaster.
“There are always if and buts about what can happen elsewhere, but we need to make sure we concentrate on ourselves and take care of what we do.
“It would’ve been interesting to see how we would’ve done with a full squad at Oldham, but I thought the lads who came in did really well and put their hands up.
“Alex Eckley played 80 minutes for the first time this season and did very well.
“Jack Houghton and Alex Thompson both hadn’t been playing regularly, but they did a good job.
“It does give me a bit more of a headache when I come to select the side, but that can only be a good thing and it’s nice to have options available to you.”
Tickets for Sunday’s match are priced at £12 for adults, £10 for concessions and £2 for U16s.