Truro City have only completed 'half a job' having secured a home play-off in the Southern Premier League, according to manager Steve Tully.
City's 2-1 win over leaders Corby Town last week ensured they cannot finish any lower than third place.
"Yes we've done great to get to the play-offs, but it's half a job done. This is where we have to stand up and be counted," Tully told BBC Cornwall.
"Can we get six points from the last two games and come second?"
City host relegation-threatened Arlesey Town having won 13 of their last 18 league games and in the middle of an eight game unbeaten run.
"As the season's gone on we've got better and better every week," Tully added.
"If you enjoy what you do then nine times out of 10 you play better and you achieve a lot more things.
"At the moment all the players know their jobs, they know what to do, they know how to see games out and they know how to win games,.
"It's taken us three to six months to get the team playing the way we want them to play, but everyone knows their jobs, not only the starting 11, but the 16 in the squad.
"That's the most pleasing thing, we've got a really good squad and really good spirit."