Desborough Town manager Ian Walker says that there are good foundations in place for the club to move forward.
Ar Tarn, who recorded a pair of 2-0 victories against Boston Town and Harborough Town respectively over the Easter weekend, conclude their ChromaSport & Trophies United Counties League Premier Division programme on Saturday with a trip to local rivals Wellingborough Town.
And once the off-season period arrives, Walker, who took over from Steve Walker during the season, says there is work to be done.
He said: “The summer will be important for us.
“We need to try to kick-on from where we are at the minute and a lot of preparations are already under way.
“I’ve got a good squad here already and it will be a case of trying to bring in players who will add to that.”
The other game in the top flight sees AFC Rushden & Diamonds, who are guaranteed third place, visit already relegaed S&L Corby.
In Division One, Burton Park Wanderers conclude their year at home to St Neots Town Saints.
Raunds, who have had a solid first campaign under the stewardship of James Le Masurier, conclude their season with a midweek trip to Eynesbury and a weekend visit to Lutterworth Athletic.
The curtain is brought down on the seasons of both Thrapston and Rushden & Higham tonight (Friday) evening when the two sides meet at Chancery Lane.
Irchester and Whitworth concluded their fixtures over the Easter weekend with a draw against Bugbrooke St Michaels and a victory over Rushden & Higham respectively.