STEVE Butterworth believes the final four Isthmian North fixtures of the season will offer a chance to see how far Great Wakering Rovers have come over the course of the last 12 months.

Wakering mathematically secured safety with a 3-0 win over Mildenhall Town last week.

And interim player-manager Butterworth is seeking another win when Bury Town visit Burroughs Park tomorrow.

"The final four games offers the players a chance to enjoy their football and for us to see how far we have come," said Butterworth.

"We're unbeaten in five games now and our remaining games are against the top teams or others who are in good form.

"Bury have been really good this season and we lost 3-2 in the reverse fixture because of a last minute own goal.

"We did pretty well over there, but they are a good footballing side.

"Now that we have ensured our safety, we want to finish the season strongly."