TEAM chief Peter Jackson is keen to repeat the champagne moments which symbolised Town's qualification for the play-off final.
The McAlpine manager - buoyed by the response of fans to ticket sales - has plenty of bubbly still on ice because he knows there is a massive job still to do against in-form Mansfield in Cardiff.
Jackson is also keen to maintain a proud record since he "asked questions of himself and the squad" after the 4-0 loss at Macclesfield back in December.
Since that turning point in the season, Town have been beaten only four times in 27 outings - one of those to Keith Curle's side - and Jackson is keen to return North with another win and the Division III play-off silverware in a week's time.
"The players have a wonderful record over the last five months and we want to finish it in style," said Jackson, who reported that midfielder Tony Carss (thigh) is responding well to treatment.
"After the despondency and hurt of Cheltenham, where the lads were in tears, it was brilliant to celebrate with them last Wednesday night after we knocked out Lincoln City.
"That champagne tasted very sweet and I've told the lads we've got to make sure we are drinking champagne again next Monday night.
"The scenes in our dressing room last week had to be seen to be believed and we would all love to go through that again.
"I told them at the time to make the most of it and enjoy it, because things like this don't happen too often in your career, but I also told them that when we were back in this week, it was total focus on the job.
"We've won nothing yet and I don't want to be saying that next Monday."
Carss, who last played at Cheltenham, did not figure in either of the semi-final legs against Lincoln, when club captain Rob Edwards took his place. The 27-year-old is aiming to prove his fitness this week.
"Everyone is determined to do well," said Jackson.
"Whether people are in the team or not they are fully supporting each other and that's important.
"If anyone doesn't want to buy into the spirit of this club, they can go."