Warren Feeney insists his players will have to go into Tuesday’s game with the right mentality as they prepare for the midweek trip to Cheshunt. 

The Wings go into the game with four points in their pocket from their last two games and three wins and a draw from their last six outings against a side who are fighting for their lives to stave off the threat of relegation. 

And Feeney believes that Tuesday’s test will be a bigger test than that of the weekend’s derby draw with Dartford. 

“Tuesday will be a bigger game than Saturday just gone because it’s about mentality,” he explained. 

“They’re fighting for their lives, they’re a good team with a good manager so it will be a tough game for us, but we’ll go there with confidence, dust the boys down and, hopefully, get the right result.”

Meanwhile, Feeney looked ahead to a busy run of fixtures and laid out his goals for the coming months, with safety remaining the first thing to tick off, before anything else. 

Welling find themselves just two points off of their total for the 2021/22 season and the Wings boss is pleased with how things have progressed. 

“First of all, you want to get yourself safe while staying competitive and I don’t think we’re too far away now,” he said.

“We’re two points away from our total points tally from last season and we’ve still got 19 games left to play, so it shows the progression of where we’re at and that’s pleasing.”