Macclesfield midfielder Danny Whitaker says he is hoping the squad can continue a good run of form ahead of their trip to Maidenhead United this weekend.
This will be the first ever fixture between the two sides, with Maidenhead promoted to the National League for the first time in their history last year.
Following successive draws with Boreham Wood and Tranmere Rovers, Whitaker says he believes the boys are performing well, and he’s hoping that can be a stepping stone to picking up more points.
“We’re right up there,” he said. “It’s so, so tight at the top of the table this season but there’s a few teams breaking away now. Hopefully we can go on another run like we have done earlier in the season.
“We’ve just got to keep in touch with everybody else, but there’s a long way to go. Maidenhead will be tough, but every game is tough in this division. We’re away from home but our away form is good, so we’ll go into the game full of confidence.
“We’ve drawn the last two games and we’re looking to get three points out of this one. We’ll give it a good go. We’ll play our football and hopefully we can get the win.”
By Adam Washbrook