Truro City boss Steve Tully says he and his players are not focusing on their unbeaten run in National League South.
The White Tigers are unbeaten in 11 league games but face a tough trip to second-placed Maidstone United.
"Everyone's been talking about the unbeaten run, but we're not talking about it as group of players," Tully told BBC Radio Cornwall.
"We've just got on with it, we know the run is going to end sooner rather than later," he added.
Truro's recent results have seen the club, who were promoted back to the sixth tier of English football least season, move up to eighth place.
"Yes, we want to keep that run going as much as possible, but we know it's going to end at some point. It's how we adapt after that," Tully said.
"Everyone keeps talking about the run, but I know that myself, Wayne (Carlisle) and the players are just concentrating on each game as it comes and we'll look forward to Saturday and see what happens."