Romford boss will not overreact
Martin happy, but keeping calm
Paul Martin has warned against expectations getting too high at Romford.
Boro notched up Ryman One wins over Ware and Redbridge to return to a play-off place.
And they travel to Rookery Hill to face Grays tomorrow (Saturday) and title-chasing East Thurrock on Tuesday.
But he said: “Grays and East Thurrock will be two very tough games. Grays are on a good run at the moment and it looks like it’s going to be between East Thurrock and Needham Market for the title.
“Then from third to tenth the play-offs are wide open, for anyone in the top 10.
“There’s a lot of expectations and people getting a bit carried away, but there are still 18-20 games to go and anything can happen.
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“The two wins will give us massive confidence and the clean sheet on Saturday was something we needed. We gave away a sloppy goal on Tuesday, but we scored three.
“We’ve got to be positive, but our target was 40 points and we’ve got that now. If we get in the play-offs on our budget, it’ll make the boys legends at the club.”