Tommy Wright wants his Corby Town players to send their supporters home with “optimism” this weekend.
The Steelmen take on Stalybridge Celtic in their final home game of a Vanarama National League North campaign that has resulted in relegation.
Corby’s fate was finally confirmed on Saturday, despite them fighting back from 2-0 down to draw 2-2 at Stockport County thanks to late goals from Ben Milnes and Greg Mills.
Boss Wright has been encouraged by his team’s recent displays.
And now he wants them to send their supporters off into the summer with some good feeling before the season comes to an end with a trip to Harrogate Town on April 30.
“We have taken a lot of heart from the last couple of games and now they have to go and perform like that in front of their own supporters,” Wright said.
“We want to see if we can stay unbeaten in the last two games.
“We want to win at home next weekend, we want to put a smile back on faces and give the fans some optimism and make sure they are relishing seeing us again next season.
“A lot will happen over the two months after the season finishes and plans will be in place to build a squad that is capable of coming back at the first attempt.”