Mick Catlin has warned second-placed Gosport not to get complacent as their play-off bid nears an end.
The Southern League division one south & west outfit host struggling Stourport Swifts at Privett Park tomorrow (3pm).
With just three games left, Gosport are eight points clear of sixth spot and in pole position to book a home play-off semi-final.
‘There will be no pressure on Stourport and that will allow them the freedom to play,’ said Catlin.
‘They will regard us as a big scalp.
‘If you are not fully on your game you can get beaten by anyone.
‘We have to make sure the players don’t start to believe in their own press.
‘We want to make sure we finish second and get home advantage in the play-offs.’
Nathan Kirby and Steve Claridge are unavailable, while Lee Molyneux and Gary Jones are both injured and Liam Sewell is suspended.
Gosport: Ashmore, Martin, Cook, Poate, Humble, Woodward, Wooden, Ford, Wilde, Way, Bennett, Feeney, Harrop, Langworthy, Molyneux, Wooden