Woking manager Garry Hill has challenged his side to win 12 more league games this season.
The Cards lie 10 points clear at the top of Blue Square Bet South heading into the festive period.
Hill told BBC Surrey: "If we go and get 12 more wins, that will see us in such a strong position it will hopefully lead us back to the Conference.
"It's in our own hands and we've got a great opportunity to win the championship this year."
He added: "There's still a lot of football to be played but we don't have to worry about what happens behind us."
Woking welcome local rivals Farnborough on Boxing Day before making the short trip to Hampshire on New Years Day.
Farnborough have been transformed since Spencer Day replaced Garry Haylock as manager last month.
The club have picked up 10 points from a possible 12 and moved six points clear of the relegation zone.
"We go into the game with them running away with the league," Day told BBC Surrey.
"They're a fantastic side but the pressure will be on them. We'll take the positives we've had in the first five weeks and give it everything we've got.
"We've got two bites at them and if we can get anything from either game we'll be delighted.
"We're starting to gel and nobody is unbeatable."