Redruth boss Steve Larkins says his side are still focused on a top-four finish in National Two South.
The Reds are six points behind fourth-placed Taunton and 12 clear of sixth ahead of Saturday's clash with Dorking.
"If we could get into that top four, or top three, we'd be pretty pleased," Larkins told BBC Radio Cornwall.
"We've got to keep those wins coming, if we pick up bonus points then fair enough, but just keep winning and start to put pressure on the teams above us."
The Reds will be without hooker Tom Cowan-Dickie, who has been called up to the England counties squad, but otherwise have a strong squad to face a Dorking side fighting against relegation.
"We've got a little bit of a buffer between us and the team below us. So in that field we're not under pressure, but we need to put pressure on ourselves to get into the top four and top three," added Larkins.
"Our focus is to just win the game and if the bonus point comes then we'll be happy with that as well."