ALEX Sykes will not allow his Bishop's Cleeve players to bask in the glory of County Cup success – not when there are club records to play for.
Tuesday night's 3-1 semi-final success over a youthful Cheltenham Town side made it three consecutive wins for the Villagers ahead of tomorrow's visit of Clevedon Town (3pm).
And with Sykes certain in the knowledge that another win will secure a record points haul in the Southern League for his side, there will be no excuse for slacking.
"It was a really pleasing evening for us on Tuesday, we scored three good goals, played some nice stuff and showed them the way," Sykes said.
"We can take a great heart from that performance and move into the final two league games of the season full of confidence.
"We've been really competitive in the past 15-20 games and, to be fair, no team has given us a battering all season.
"We've come a long way this season and we're improving all the time, so that's really pleasing.
"Now, we have make sure that we follow it up with a performance against Clevedon and finish the season well.
"Victory will give us a record points haul in this league, so that's certainly going to be our motivation for the game."
Clevedon, managed by former Cheltenham Town and Bristol City defender Mickey Bell, will be full of confidence themselves after lifting the Red Insure Cup on Tuesday night.
The Seasiders may have struggled in the league this term, but Sykes said that their success proved that tomorrow's game will be no easy task.
"I know Mickey's had to deal with a small budget down there, but they've done well and will be on a real high after winning the cup," he said.
"Mickey has got them well organised and difficult to beat and their league results have picked up, so we know it won't be easy.
"We just have to pick up where we left off against Cheltenham and look to keep our form going."
Goalkeeper James Nortei and utility man Ashley Caldwell return to the squad after missing the Cheltenham game.