Didcot Town boss Ady Williams wants his players to recreate the form they showed against Cambridge City for their remaining three league games.
The 19th-placed side lost 4-2 at City but Williams says a repeat display would help Didcot avoid the drop from the Zamaretto Premier Division.
"It's the best we've played since I became manager," he told BBC Oxford.
"We've got three games left so if we play like that then we'll be OK, that's the challenge for my players."
The ex-Reading skipper continued: "It's every man for themselves at the moment, it's serious stuff but I'm looking forward to it and after Tuesday's effort the lads are as well."
Didcot face bottom-of-the-table Halesowen on Saturday before they travel to Cirencester Town on 23 April and then host Oxford City on the last game of the season two days later.
"No disrespect to those teams, they aren't Cambridge City so if we keep our standards up to that level we'll be OK," said the former Wales international.
"It's my job to keep everyone calm and at the end of the day it is a time where we do need points on the board.
"Unfortunately we might have to rely on other results going our way but it's 90 minutes of football and we'll be looking to win every game."