Peterhead manager Jim McInally wants his team to move closer to the play-off spots by beating Brechin City.
The Blue Toon host the Angus side at Balmoor tomorrow having won three league matches in a row.
The Buchan club had been bottom of League One a few weeks ago.
However, recent form has moved them up to sixth, just three points off Airdrieonians, who are fourth, and eight points behind opponents Brechin, who are third.
Boss McInally is eager to keep edging closer to the play-off places.
He said: “We’ve got to look at trying to close the gap to play-offs.
“We’re trying to get ourselves closer to Brechin.
“It was only two weeks ago that they were top.
“But we could bring that gap back to five points, so that would be fantastic.
“You’ve just got to keep picking off the teams we play.”
McInally believes Peterhead will continue to improve as the players’ confidence soars following the three consecutive wins.
He added: “When you play well and start winning games confidence builds. If we can get another result on Saturday then the confidence will increase even further.
“The players start to feel good about themselves so we just need to try to keep it going.”
The Blue Toon faced Darren Dods’ Brechin just six weeks ago.
On that occasion City won 2-1 but McInally was pleased with the performance and believes a similar display would be good enough to claim the three points on Saturday.
“When we played them last time we played really well at Glebe Park,” he said.
“If we were to play like that again I would think we would beat them.”
But McInally is also wary of the threat Brechin will pose at Balmoor.
He said: “We know they’ve got a lot of good players in their team, such as Andy Jackson.
“They have a strong defence and have the best defensive record in the league.
“So we know they’re going to be tough to get through.”