Manager Paul Cox is keeping his feet firmly on the ground, despite witnessing his side jump to the top of the Blue Square Bet Premier table with victory over Macclesfield Town.
Goals from Matt Green, who now leads the league scoring charts, Luke Jones and Lee Stevenson sealed an incredible 16th home win of the campaign.
“We’re staying hungry, level and focussed because we’ve got three games left and nothing has been won yet,” declared our boss.
“It was a totally professional performance and we worked hard against them. We made it difficult and had a game-plan, which we stuck to.
“There’s always been belief in the dressing room [that we can do well] but we’ll keep ourselves level, take stock and see where we are at the end of the season.
We’ll be working hard to get [three] points against what is put infront of us on Saturday. They [Braintree] are a good team and have had a good season.
“But there’s a positiveness and energy about us at the moment and you have to get excited. If you can’t get excited right now, then there’s no point in being in football.”
Our side travel to Braintree Town on Saturday in the knowledge that if they are victorious, and Kidderminster Harriers fail to win at Wrexham, we will be champions.