BOSS Matty Holmes is rallying Wimborne Town for their final push towards Southern League South survival.

With seven games of the league campaign remaining, Magpies are five points above the drop-zone.

They make the trip to play-off hopefuls Kings Langley on Saturday (3pm), looking to end a run of four league games without a win.

Manager Holmes told the Daily Echo: “We need the points and we are very aware of where we want to stay this year. That has to be the sole focus.

“We have to make sure we go there really positively and stick to the game plan.

“They (King’s Langley) are a very well-organised side at home. It’s going to be tough.

“They deserve to be where they are, they will be desperate to get the points to chase Poole into the final play-off spot.”

Wimborne have picked up just 11 points from 17 games on their travels this season.

They are set to have James Stokoe and Carl Pettefer back available. Franklyn Clarke misses out through suspension.

Toby Holmes is expected to return after picking up a knock against Weymouth last Saturday.