North Wales Crusaders head coach Anthony Murray wants more of the same from his side when they host Workington Town at Queensway Stadium on Sunday.
The Wrexham side are on a two-match winning run after a victory at top-of-the-table Whitehaven and beating Keighley Cougars.
With another home match coming up this weekend, Murray is hoping his side can make it three on the trot.
“We’re back in the race now and it’s really important we back up the Keighley win,” he said.
“We’ve gone two games in a row and we need to try and make it three.
“They’ll be smarting a little bit because they’ve been beaten by Newcastle, they’ve spent a bit in the off-season and they’ve got aspirations of probably being further up the table than they are.
“They’ll come here with the full intention of putting one over us, but we’ve just got to concentrate on our own performance.
“If we can perform like we did against Keighley and touch up in a few areas, we could possibly get another two points.”
Murray believes his side still have everything to play for in the second-half of the season.
“I’d like to think we’ve learned from the three games we lost by small margins and we’re a little bit wiser and smarter now,” he said.
“Our game management against Keighley was a lot better.
“I’m hoping we can now kick on and keep pushing up that table.”
Entry to Sunday’s clash between Crusaders and Workington is £12 for adults, £10 for concessions and £2 for U16s.