Selsey boss Daren Pearce is calling on his young side to carry on with the consistency as the Blues piece together their best run of results of the season.
After an up and down start, the SCFL Division One side have won five of their last seven in all competitions.
The latest was a 2-0 victory over Oakwood sealed by Lindon Miller and Joseph Bennett.
That run of good form has lifted Selsey up to sixth in what is a competitive division where 11 points separates fifth from sixth bottom.
Selsey have a good chance of picking up another three points when they head to mid-table Storrington tomorrow (3pm).
Pearce said: “The aim has to be to try and stay on the coat tails of the top four and then see where it takes us.
“It may be a cliche, but we will continue to take each game as it comes.
“The top four are clear of everyone else at the moment. But if we can keep on picking up points then hopefully we will climb up the table. The most important thing for us is to get that consistency.”
With a host of young players forming the nucleus of the side it is no wonder that consistency has been an issue – but the manager says he is delighted with the attitude shown by his group so far.
Pearce said: “The squad is a good group. We have no Big Time Charlies, everyone works hard for each other and I think things are going well.”