Bromley manager Neil Smith wants his side to make sure they finish in 10th spot.
The manager is thrilled by the Lilywhites season so far despite Monday’s loss at Eastleigh.
Smith says he has seen big progress since he took over last February.
Mark Goldberg’s former number two has helped push the club on in their second season at the level they are at.
He wants his players to end the season in the strongest way possible.
He says that is by making sure they finish in 10th place.
“There has definitely been progress this season, no doubt about that,” Smith said.
“This League is much much tougher now than when I was a player. It’s a different level now and we respect the level we are playing at.
“But our objective is to finish it off the best way possible and take that into the summer.
“People underestimate how important finishing well is to your preparation over the pre season.”
He says the pace in his team makes them great to watch, adding: “We have to be happy with how we’ve attacked teams – especially at home.”
Can Bromley finish 10th?
“I don’t see why not,” he added. “In the last few games we have got to keep being quick on the attack and creating chances. It’s been the hallmark of our season.”