Dartford boss Tony Burman believes his side’s Ryman League Premier Division title challenge is all about them rather than their rivals.
Their 10-point advantage over the rest leaves the Darts in a commanding position, but Burman wants his side to be the masters of their own destiny.
He said: "I want us to try and increase our lead. There is no point looking behind us because we have got a good lead and games in hand. I would like us to be more consistent, but the weather hasn’t helped."
With Tuesday’s trip to Horsham postponed, Darts are now preparing for their trip to Boreham Wood on Saturday.
The Hertfordshire side have quietly moved into third place in a tight league, with only 12 points separating the play-off chasers from the relegation strugglers.
Six wins in nine games since the turn of the year have hoisted Wood into play-off contention and Burman said: "They won four in a row at one stage, are a good footballing side, and so it will be another difficult game."