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Tommy Warrilow is happy to take the plaudits for Tonbridge Angels’ successful first season in Blue Square Bet South but isn’t giving up on making a late tilt at the play-offs.
Mid-table respectabilty may have been the first target but four wins in five games have taken them to the heady heights of eighth, 10 points off fifth place with seven games left.
Boss Warrilow (pictured) said: "I want to get the most out of the season. My mindset is to want to win every game and see where it takes us."
Tonbridge travel to Havant on Saturday with Schulz described as "70-30" to be fit.
Warrilow said: "We have only lost two in the last 13 and I will never say never about anything until it’s imposssible to make the play-offs.
"Going to Havant won’t be a stroll in the park and then we have got the three big boys (Chelmsford, Dover and Woking)."
Ade Olorunda is a week away from resuming training after a cartilage operation.
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