King’s Lynn Town defender Ross Watson is looking to end the season with a flourish when Lynn entertain Blyth Spartans tomorrow.
Blyth arrive at The Walks with only one defeat in their last 16 games.
Watson, who wears his heart on his sleeve, said: “You want to win every game of football which you play.
“When you play for King’s Lynn you set out to win every game, home and away, and that’s something the gaffer installs into us every week.
“The club has enjoyed tremendous success from top to bottom in the last four or five years.Because we haven’t done so well this season it has been a massive trauma but I still think we are heading in the right direction.
“I do read the papers and I am on Twitter and I think some of the comments towards Setch (boss Gary Setchell) and the club have been mad.”
Blyth enjoyed FA Cup success this season which saw them into the third round and a 3-2 defeat against Birmingham City having been 2-0 up at one stage.
The downside of the cup run has been a fixture backlog which has resulted in them having to play ten league games this month.
Jackson Ramm returns after suspension but Michael Frew and Dan Quigley remain sidelined.
Jake Jones will also make his first appearance back at The Walks after rejoining the Linnets from Halesowen on Monday.