TRANMERE Rovers face York City in what promises to be a tough game at Prenton Park on Saturday.
Micky Mellon's squad are currently third on the table, two points behind current table-toppers Lincoln City.
unbeaten in nine matches in the league with seven victories and two draws.
York, currently 23rd on the league, have 17 points from their opening 23 games of the season.
Following relegation from the Football League at the end of last season, Gary Mills' squad has struggled in the National League.
Looking ahead to tomorrow's game, midfielder Jay Harris said: "There are three points up for grabs and we want those points.
"The league is the main priority and we have to concentrate on doing our job on Saturday without looking too far ahead.
"We want to go up this season and not through the play-offs, we want to go out of this division as number one.
"We have to show teams that coming to Prenton Park is not going to be easy and when we go to their place, we will give them a hard game.
"It's all about us and as long as we keep performing and progressing, I think everyone will be looking at us."
Micky Mellon's squad are unbeaten in nine matches in the league with seven victories and two draws.
On the secret of Rovers' success under his tenure, manager Mellon said: "There's no secret to the unbeaten run, it's all down to hard work and finding a way of playing that gives us a chance of winning matches.
"I still think we can massively improve because we have got a good group of players here.
"Continual improvement is what we're looking for every day and that is what will give us the best chance of winning games.
"I want the players to 'need' the points because that's a whole different thing to wanting them.
"I want to be more desperate than anybody to get the win."
Mellon hopes to have a couple of players back available for selection. He said: "Both full backs trained today, Lee Vaughan and Liam Ridehalgh, they have done a full session today and they seem ok.
"Connor Jennings has again done full training, we're no longer holding him back so after the weekend he'll be pushing for selection.
"Steven Jennings is doing some straight line running at the moment, so he will be about 10 days to two weeks before a return to full training."