AFC Sudbury manager Jamie Godbold has said he needs to examine the mental attributes of his players ahead of their relegation run-in to ensure they do not have a quick return to the Ryman League's second tier.
The Yellows boss spoke on camera to sports editor Russell Claydon following Saturday's 3-1 defeat to Harrow Borough - the first of back-to-back home games.
The result left AFC, last season's Division One North champions, firmly in the relegation more as they dropped a place to seconds front bottom in the Ryman Premier table and a further point - now three - from safety with seven games to play.
Godbold's side face a massive test of their survival credentials on Saturday when the side directly above them, Hendon, visit The Wardale Williams Stadium in a proverbial 'relegation six-pointer'.
* Don't miss Thursday's Free Press print edition for more from Godbold, as well as the first press interview with new signing Sam Corcoran.