Hawks manager Paul Doswell is wary of the feel good factor which is surrounding Dorking Wanderers ahead of tonight’s National League South clash.
In his pre match interview, the gaffer underlines how the Wanderers’ continued rise to prominence is for them a tool to keep them in spirits and give them belief to get results anywhere and everywhere.
Doswell hopes that his players under the lights at Westleigh Park will see past that and continue their unbeaten start to the season.
Ahead of the game, the gaffer said: “I’m looking forward to it. They’ve had a good start, and they’ve got momentum for the last two or three promotions that they’ve had and we’ve watched a few of their videos and they have a certain way of playing which for them it works.
“We’ve dominated large parts of the three games. You’re never going to win every football match, but we’re at home tonight and we should be looking to win this match.”
Three league games into the season, and Doswell believes that everything is coming together nicely.
“We’re getting there” – he said. “It’s very early days in the season, so don’t panic if your mid table even after 15 games, it makes no different.
“I’ve seen plenty of teams runaway with leagues in August/September and then and fallaway badly in October/November. I’m trying to get over to everyone its a marathon not a sprint, but you want to do what we’ve done and is stay unbeaten, keep picking your points up and then if you’re there or thereabouts in March or April you can really push.”