Eastleigh manager Chris Todd targets winning in all competitions
Eastleigh manager Chris Todd is pushing his squad to go as far as possible in all competitions.
The National League club are the only non-league side left in the FA Cup third round and face Bolton at home in the new year.
The Spitfires are also pushing for promotion in the league and targeting a run in the FA Trophy.
"I want to go 100% in all three competitions and set a winning mentality," Todd told BBC Radio Solent.
"It's an amazing achievement to be the last non-league side left in the FA Cup, when you consider all the non-league sides who enter at the start of the competition.
"It's great for the football club and it just keeps growing and growing."
Fourth-placed Eastleigh face bottom of the table Kidderminster on Saturday and have been drawn at home against Gateshead in the FA Trophy second round.
"I want to set a winning mentality in the football club, regardless of what competition it is," Todd added.
"We go into games trying to win. But, I want to reiterate that we do that day-in, day-out whether it's in five-a-side training games or in matches on Saturdays."