BANBURY United will not let up in their final four games of the season, warns Andy Whing.

The Puritans go to Barwell tomorrow with the Pitching In Southern League Premier Central title already secured, thanks to last Saturday’s 1-1 draw against Tamworth.

Ten points from their last four games takes Banbury to 100 points and Whing feels that is within reach.

“That has to be our next target,” the Puritans manager said.

“We want to finish the season as strongly as we can.

“There are some tough games to come, but we’re going to try to win every single one – that’s what we’ve been doing all season.

“There’s no pressure, so we can enjoy it a bit more.”

North Leigh continue their Division 1 Central play-off push at home to Hertford Town.

The Millers are sixth, two points short of fifth.

Wantage Town host Colney Heath in a battle of the already-relegated sides, while Thame United are on the road at St Neots Town.

Didcot Town go to Biggleswade and Kidlington visit Harlow Town.

Oxford City will aim to take a big step towards the Vanarama National League South play-offs at Dulwich Hamlet.

The south London side are just outside the top seven, but they are eight points behind City and have played a game more.