BRACKNELL Town are heading at a steady pace towards the Isthmian League's South Central Division play-offs and, if they maintain their current red-hot form, even lifting the title looks within their reach, writes Dave Wright.

The Robins moved up to sixth place after slamming South Park 4-0 last Saturday, their ninth league game without defeat.

And, while Bobby Wilkinson and his players are deservedly receiving a lot of praise for the dramatic turn-around at Larges Lane, the manager is quick to deflect the credit in the direction of ambitious chairman Kayne Steinborn-Busse.

"He is first-class; a brilliant chairman to work with and I can't thank him enough," said Wilkinson.

"He deserves the headlines this week rather than me.

"I am really enjoying being here.

"Kayne sets high standards and works so hard for the club.

"A lot is being said about the players and the management as to how we have turned the club around in quite a short space of time, but he deserves a lot of credit.

"It's brilliant the way he looks after me and my coaching team.

"He has backed us all the way and hopefully we are giving him a bit back in the way we are winning games."

Wilkinson continued: "There won't be any complacency. We want to do more for him (the chairman), keep pushing hard and you can be sure the standards will remain high.

"The win over South Park was a way to say thank you to him and hopefully we will keep our good run going to keep him happy."