Dean Inman insists Maidenhead United have the mental strength to brush aside failing to win the Vanarama National League South last weekend.
The defender says although failing to get the point they needed against Ebbsfleet was tough to take, his team mates have shown their ability to bounce back often this season.
The Mapgies go to bottom club Margate knowing that if they get victory the title is theirs.
If the long term leaders drop points, however, and Ebbsfleet bear Oxford City at home, then the championship belongs to Fleet.
It will make for a thrilling final day but Inman knows the mindset hasn’t been altered by last weekend’s loss.
Inman, who opened the scoring with a classic header in that game, said: “It was difficult, of course it was, but we’re good at re-grouping.
“We’re not sulking because we know we’re good enough. We played well enough to get a point last weekend but we didn’t get one. We move on.
“As a group we are very together and we go again on Saturday.”
Alan Devonshire’s side had won 9 of their previous 10 games before last weekend’s agonising defeat at York Road.
Winning 5 from their last 5 games away from home, they go to already relegated Margate looking for promotion into the National League.