Dartford manager Tony Burman says his side won’t take struggling Boreham Wood lightly when they attempt to take over at the top of Blue Square Bet South.
Saturday’s 5-0 FA Cup cruise against Harrow Borough made it five straight wins for the Darts with just three goals conceded in those games.
They travel to third-bottom Boreham Wood on Saturday, only off the top of the table on goal difference. However, Burman (pictured) warned that getting a victory would be more difficult than it appeared.
He said: "They have had two good results in their last two games, beating Welling 2-1 in their last home game and drawing at Chelmsford.
"They had a lot of problems with injuries early on which is why they are where they are, you can’t take any notice of the table. I watched them beat Welling and they were good and we will have to play well."
Darts have only conceded more than one goal twice in 12 games this season and Burman said: "We’ll be trying to get the three points but it is important that we keep playing as well as we have been. We are becoming more difficult to beat and not conceding so many."
Paul Goodacre (knee ligaments) is likely to miss out.