CIRENCESTER Town boss Charlie Griffin insists his team won't be resting on their laurels despite scoring 12 goals in their last two games.

The Centurions have climbed up to fourth after their 4-1 win over Larkhall Athletic on Tuesday night.

Griffin's men travel to Thatcham Town on Saturday but given how tight the league is and how close they came to dropping out of the play-offs after a four game winless run recently, the Cirencester chief knows teams insists there is no room for complacency and teams will be itching to overtake them.

"It's so tight up there," he said. "It was nice to go above Evesham and they'll be thinking we want to go back above us so we won't be resting up.

"Winning is a good habit, I'm pleased we backed it up and a smile is on our faces."

Griffin was delighted with Tuesday's result against Larkhall, particularly as the visitors came into it on the back of an impressive win away at AFC Totton.

"After they're result on Saturday it was never going to be easy," Griffin commented.

"They're an organised team and Tuesday was always going to be different game compared to Saturday."

Cirencester take on 10th place Thatcham this weekend and will welcome back Owen Windsor who has been with the England Under 18s schools team.

Despite their return for form, Griffin isn't ruling out making any additions to his squad.

"We'll keep an eye on it," he said.

"We may strengthen before the cut off. It's not always easy but the lads are performing at the minute."