Guernsey FC: Colin Fallaize wants consistency in play-offs chase
Guernsey FC coach Colin Fallaize says his side must remain consistent if they are to push for the play-offs.
His comments came after Ryan-Zico Black's second-half goal gave the Green Lions a 1-0 win over Hastings United.
Their seventh win in eight games put them just five points outside the play-off places, with a game in hand.
"I think they're trying to keep as much consistency in their game as they can and keep picking up the points and see where it takes us," Fallaize said.
|Guernsey FC's recent good form|
|13 December: Beat Whitstable Town 4-3 (a)||17 December: Lost to Worthing 4-3 (a)|
|20 December: Beat Sittingbourne 2-0 (a)||27 December: Beat Redhill 3-1 (h)|
|10 January: Beat Corinthian Casuals 3-0 (h)||17 January: Beat Walton and Hersham 3-0 (a)|
|24 January: Beat Tooting and Mitcham United 3-2 (h)||7 February: Lost 3-0 to Burgess Hill Town (a)|
|14 February: Beat Horsham 2-1 (h)||21 February: Beat Carshalton Athletic 2-0 (h)|
|28 February: Beat Hastings United 1-0 (h)|
Guernsey are on their best run of the season in Isthmian League Division One South since Christmas, with their only defeat since Christmas coming when they went down to runaway leaders Burgess Hill Town last month.
"Yes, we are getting closer, but as with anything, a week is a long time in football so it can soon change," Fallaize told BBC Radio Guernsey.
"But we're no a good run of form at the moment."