King’s Lynn Town face two games this week which could hold the key to their future in National League North.

Lynn are away to bottom side Bishop’s Stortford on Tuesday night and then host Rushall OIympic – currently one place and two points behind Lynn in the last safe spot – on Saturday.

Adam Lakeland’s team have been excellent away from home of late – unbeaten in their last six on the road – but while Stortford’s cause looks lost, the Lynn boss is refusing to accept anything approaching complacency.

“It's going to be another tough game and everybody will look at it and think because they are bottom of the league, that it's a foregone conclusion that you should just go down there and pick up three points,” he said.

“But in a way them being where they are probably takes a bit of pressure off them if anything and we've got to go there and be professional and treat them with the same level of respect as we do every other opponent, which we will. 

“We'll prepare properly and be ready to go.

“But you know, I we’re unbeaten now in seven games and we're in good form ourselves, particularly on the road, so we've got a lot of confidence and momentum at the minute. We've just got to make sure we can keep carrying that into the next game.”

Lynn were 3-2 home winners over Bishop's Stortford in October with goals from Bartosz Cybulski, Josh Coulson and the now departed Jack Smith. Mark Hughes was assistant manager with the visitors, soon after being axed as Lynn manager and replaced by Lakeland. Hughes and coach Adrian Whitbread left their roles last month after just four months at the RDA Stadium.