Stuart Gray says it is 'vital' his Northampton Town side pick up three points this weekend ahead of a 10-day break from football at Sixfields.
Town go into an away day double-header once tomorrow's game against Yeovil is out of the way, with a trip to high-flying Leicester City following the midweek game at Swindon Town.
Town aren't back in action at Sixfields until a week on Tuesday when they take on struggling Colchester United
So Gray is anxious for his team to bank a win in front of their own supporters tomorrow before two tough away fixtures – and he says the players must maximise that opportunity.
"We go into a little break and it's vitally important that we finish with a win," said the manager, who has Colin Larkin fit again for the game, but winger Liam Davis is struggling.
"I tend to train on the main pitch more than previous managers here have.
"I know the groundsman isn't too pleased about that but we're getting results.
"It's a results business and when you don't get results away from home then it puts pressure on you to pick up points at home."