Lowestoft Town manager Jamie Godbold admitted his side is determined to carry on the momentum of back-to-back league and cup wins as they prepare for some home comforts this Saturday.

The Trawlerboys - who remain in third in the Pitching In Isthmian League North division - host 14th-placed Witham Town at the Fosters Solicitors Community Stadium this weekend.

The Essex side's visit is the first of five remaining home league games as The Blues embark on a crucial phase - with 12 league matches to be played over the next eight weeks.

Lowestoft returned to winning ways with a 0-2 away victory at Tilbury last Saturday.

Jake Reed gleefully knocked the ball home in the 63rd minute before The Blues regained possession straight from the kick off and Adam Hipperson's driven cross was turned into his own net by Donovan for an own goal.

A long Tuesday evening trip to Haverhill Rovers in the Suffolk Premier Cup saw a much changed Lowestoft line up progress into the quarter finals courtesy of a 0-3 away win.

Hipperson gave Lowestoft a sixth minute lead, before Sam Johnson and Kyle Haylock were on target in the 49th and 78th minutes respectively.

Blues boss Jamie Godbold said: "It has been another good week.

"Saturday was a real test with the conditions and pitch making the game a bit closer than what it should have been.

"We showed great character and kept plugging away as we got our just rewards with the three points.

"Tuesday's cup win was well deserved as we produced a really good performance.

"We now have to carry that on to Saturday.

"It will be a tough game, but we want to keep the momentum going and to keep doing what we are doing with 12 games left now."

Owen Murphy is due to return to the squad after injury.