King’s Lynn Town boss Ian Culverhouse is looking to play Santa and deliver an early Christmas present of three points to Linnets supporters on Saturday (3pm).
Town host 14th-placed Rushall Olympic at the Walks in their final home Southern Premier Central Division before the seasonal festivities commence and Culverhouse is determined to provide some added early cheer.
"We’re all really looking forward to the fixture on Saturday," said Culverhouse.
"It will be good to be back at home and in front of our own supporters after a couple of weekends on the road.
"I was disappointed with our performance last Saturday at Coalville and we need to start a lot better than we did there. T
"They had a very direct style of play where they liked to get the ball forward quickly and were also good from set play situations.
"We like to get the ball down and play but there will be teams who won’t let you do that so we have to learn to stand up to things like that and impose our style of play. That game however has now gone so we prepare for Rushall.
"I’m expecting a difficult afternoon where we will only succeed by doing things properly and putting our chances away when we are enjoying good spells in games.
"It will be a contest between two teams with managers looking for reactions from their teams. I certainly will be looking for one following last weekend and with Rushall losing at home to Hitchin they will have a real bee in their bonnet and will want to put the wrong right.
Our supporters have been fantastic since my return so we must go out and work our socks off to ensure they leave the ground on Saturday happy with the performance and result before the festive period."
Aaron Jones remains Lynn's only major injury concern ahead of Saturday.
King's Lynn Town Reserves have no fixture this weekend.