NEIL Blackburn has challenged his Basildon United side to claim back-to-back wins when they visit Mildenhall Town tomorrow.

The Bees head to 18th-placed Mildenhall having tasted victory for the first time since September when they beat Brentwood Town last weekend.

And Blackburn says his side are in confident mood.

“There is a good team spirit and buzz around the place,” said the Basildon boss.

“The squad has settled down and everyone knows that no-one is bigger than the club.

“Looking ahead, we have a very difficult schedule in February and so this game is like a six-pointer because it’s important that we come away with a good result.

“Mildenhall are better at home than away, so we know it will be a difficult game.

“But I feel like we have turned a corner and so it would be great to get another win and boost the confidence a bit more.

“As long as we go there with the right mentality, we have a chance of claiming a second win on the bounce.”

The Bees will be without Callum Taylor as the striker completes his three-match ban.