King’s Lynn Town chairman Stephen Cleeve has issued a rallying call ahead of a busy Christmas schedule.
The Linnets head to high flying Biggleswade Town on Saturday before hosting two Christmas crackers over the festive break.
Lowestoft Town visiting on Boxing Day and league leaders Kettering Town rounding off 2018 with a visit to The Walks on December 29.
Speaking ahead of Saturday, Cleeve admitted that he cannot wait for the packed schedule.
Cleeve said: "It’s a great time of year for all football fans and we have been very kind with the fixtures we have been presented with over Christmas.
"We find ourselves at the moment just outside the play-off places but with a few wins and some results of others going our way we could find ourselves in an even better situation very quickly.
"We have a great team and a fantastic manager in Ian and I have every confidence that we will continue moving forward both on and off the field as we head into 2019."
Cleeve admitted he is still working on some ‘major’ projects for the club and expects to be in a position to be able to announce some of his plans very soon.
"If everything falls into place as I expect it to, there will various bits of great news for the football club," revealed Cleeve.
"These things take time and patience and lots of protracted talks along the way. All I will say for now is that things are moving along very nicely and as they say watch this space.
"We are continuing to work hard on attracting new sponsors to the club and introduce new initiatives too.
"As you can imagine the uncertainty regarding Europe is affecting what firms are willing to commit to but we will keep working to achieve our aims and targets."
Cleeve ended by paying tribute to the club's sponsors and supporters.
"Finally, I would like to thank all of our sponsors who are continuing to support us as we strive to achieve our targets," he said.
"I must also put on record my thanks to our tremendous supporters for their support both at home and away not only this season but in all the others I have been at the club.
"I would ask you all to spread the word about our club and encourage your friends and family who maybe do not come along all that often to The Walks to come along over the holiday period and enjoy what I expect to be some cracking games of Southern League football."