Whitehawk’s fight for survival continues on Saturday when they welcome Concord Rangers to the TerraPura Ground in the National League South.

And boss Steve King knows that his side will have to be at their best to get three points.

The Hawks will be looking to return to winning ways after defeat against Chippenham Town in their last game a fortnight ago.

“Concord is going to be a very tough game,” said the Hawks boss.

“I recently watch them against St Albans, and In my opinion they deserved to win the game. I feel they are a better team than their league position states and they have some good players.

“We are going to have to be on the ball from the first minute if we are to get anything from the game.”

The Hawks go into the game seventeen points away from safety, despite the great run of form this calender year.

And King has evaluated the situation in his programme notes for the game, but knows his side will not give up hope of staying up.

“I knew this was going to be a tough ask, taking over the side with only 2 points,” added King.

“I knew it would take 10 games to get something going properly. I had to get rid of 17 players mid-season as they were not got enough for this level.

“We have managed to build a team with 17 new players, and I have got to say since Christmas the team have been fantastic.

“To be near the end of March and only lost 2 games is a testament to the group we have now, they are really having a go.

“We have had form that would put us in the play-offs since the new year, so there’s not a lot more you can ask for.

“We will keep fighting for every point. There are 27 points to play for so we will do our best to get as many as possible and see where that takes us.”