Alex Fletcher is eager to continue the Robins superb recent run when they travel to Maes Tegid to take on Bala Town on Friday evening.
The Robins go into the game on the back of four wins in all competitions.
Fletcher, who has been a key part of the Robins rise to third place so far this season thinks they can continue the run on Friday, and wants to end Bala’s unbeaten home record this campaign.
The midfielder said: “Every game in the JD Welsh Premier League is a tough game, you’ve got to treat every game as if its as difficult a game as the last and you’ve got to give everyone the same respect – every away game is going to be tough, but especially against Bala as they have some very good players and a perfect record at home.
“We’ll be working as hard as ever in training this week on a plan that will work against them on Friday night, but we know it is going to be a very tough game as they’ve done well at home this season.
“Hopefully we’ll go there and stop that run this Friday though. On a personal level, I think performance-wise I’ve done well, but it has helped me definitely that the whole side is playing so well.
“I think I’ve adapted my game quite well to what the team has needed this year, so I’m pleased with how I’m doing, but I always want to improve and I hope I can add some more goals to help the team reach the top six this season.”
"It is even more important for us than ever to make sure we keep going with this good run we’re on, as we have two tough away games now before we come back home.”
Fletcher insisted their is still a long way to go in the race for the top six, despite the Robins lofty third position.
But he is hoping the Robins can secure two positive away results this week, before their return to Latham Park.
He added: “We wanted to get a good start, and we couldn’t ask for much more than what we’ve done to be in third place after nine games, but there is still a long way to go so we have to make sure we carry this on for as long as we can.
“You don’t know what is going to happen in this league from week to week, I’ve really enjoyed playing in the JD Welsh Premier League – it is very competitive, it is so tight, there is nothing between the teams from top to bottom.
“You might see over the next few weeks gaps starting to show between teams in the table, but that’s why it is even more important for us than ever to make sure we keep going with this good run we’re on, as we have two tough away games now before we come back home.”