The Ryman Football League
Published 1st December 2011
Town ended a run of four games without a victory in all competitions with a 2-1 success at Kent rivals Sittingbourne last Saturday and now face home games against Merstham on Saturday and Whyteleafe on Tuesday night.
Porter said: "It felt good to get back to winning ways.
The boys did well, I was proud of them. We were under pressure at the end and there were some nerves – which is understandable as we’ve conceded some late goals – but we came through it and now we want to build on it."
He added: "Basically I want six points. We need to take advantage of playing teams below us at home. We want to get two wins which would push us up the table.
"I’ve said all along I wanted to be in the top ten by Christmas and then assess it again from there.
"We have not cracked anything yet but hopefully we can get there and we’ll be on track."
Fit-again Brendon Cass scored both goals at Bourne Park, while Tom Parkinson excelled at the back on his return to league action after two months out.
Porter said: "It shows what we’ve been missing. They were quality. It gives us a good problem going forward.
"We have players coming back to fitness and have got a good squad. Players like Dave Cook and Pat Kingwell didn’t even start."
Former Town keeper Tony Allen has returned to the club on a month’s loan from Ashford United as back-up for Paul Egan.