Truro City boss Steve Tully says he wants his squad to aim for the play-off places after their 2-1 win over Margate in National League South.
First half goals from Cody Cooke and Craig Duff extended City's unbeaten run in the league to eight games.
"We're delighted with the three points, it keeps the run going," Tully said.
"We want to keep moving up the table, we want to get close to those play-off places and we'll see where it leaves us," he told BBC Radio Cornwall.
City gave a debut as a substitute to Danny Barrow, who the club signed from rivals Bath City last week.
"He's got a bit of everything," Tully said of the former West Bromwich Albion and Plymouth Argyle youngster.
"I think he needs to toughen up. He's great on the ball, he needs to get fitter, but he's a player that really excites me and he's another good addition to the squad."