Underbank player-coach Richard Knight is setting his sights on a big National Conference League Second Division finish.
Rangers ended a three-game losing run with a hard-fought 16-10 triumph at Askam the last time out.
That followed a much-improved performance in losing narrowly at home to leaders Millom the week before.
And Knight is confident his side can keep pushing on and win their two remaining home games, against Castleford Panthers tomorrow and Oldham St Annes seven days later, and final-day trip to Leigh East to secure a play-off spot.
“We’re heading back in the right direction,” said Knight, who was again in action for his side and is expected to be part of an unchanged line-up for this weekend’s clash against the Panthers at The Cross.
“We showed a lot of character and togetherness with the way we played against Millom the other week, and then we backed that up with a similar performance to win at Askam.
“When they came back at us strongly in the second half and narrowed our lead to two points, we could have easily crumbled.
“But we didn’t, we stayed strong and ended up gaining our rewards.
“Hopefully, we’ll see similar qualities to this again this weekend.
“The boys know that if we win our three remaining fixtures we’ll cement a place in the play-offs, and that’s a massive incentive.
“Our remaining matches are all winnable ones, but we can’t take anything for granted. We’ve gone into a number of matches this season which we’ve been expected to win and haven’t, and we don’t want that to happen again now.”
Knight will be looking for the likes of Kris Harrop and Chris Druett to maintain the excellent form they showed against Askam, while the head coach was also keen to single out the work of 17-year-old winger Will England.
“Kris was man-of-the-match and Chris Druett had one of his best games up at Askam,” added Knight.
“I was pleased for both of them, and I was also pleased for Will to score a long-range try.
“He’s only a young kid, but has already shown he’s got a load of potential. He’s progressing really well for such a young kid.”