Horsham manager Dominic Di Paola says his team must follow up Saturday’s magnificent victory over the league leaders with three points at Chipstead.
Goals from Charlie Farmer and Tony Nwachukwu saw the Hornets end Tooting & Mitcham’s 14-game winning run at the weekend.
They now travel to Chips, fifth-from-bottom but almost safe, with Di Paola keen to continue their form.
He said: “It would be quite nice if we can come away from a good result and follow it up with another.
“We have not done that enough this year. We have done well in the big games and taken points off most of the top eight, but we have dropped a lot of other points.
“There’s something there that needs addressing by the management team as we move forward.
“They had good win at the weekend (3-1 over second-bottom Three Bridges) and are probably safe, but need three or four more points to make it mathematical.
“We are in a good bit of form. We have won four of our past six and lost only one and we also have everyone available now, which is great. There are no injuries of people missing.
“We will probably mix it around a little bit now in the last five games and make sure everyone gets some game time.”