CANVEY Island will be looking to bolster their play-off aspirations when they head to Felixstowe & Walton United tomorrow.

The Gulls are currently seventh in the Isthmian North standings, with them being seven points adrift of the top five.

And Mark Bentley’s side will be confident of bagging all three points when they clash with strugglers Felixstowe.

Felixstowe, who are enjoying their second campaign in the Isthmian North, are second-from-bottom and only a resurgent Romford have less points on the board.

With Romford having five games in hand and being just three points adrift, Felixstowe are in serious danger of being condemned to relegation.

Felixstowe’s survival hopes suffered a blow as they lost 3-1 to Romford, who are owned and managed by former Billericay Town owner Glenn Tamplin, last time out.

Canvey, meanwhile, scored two injury time goals to knock Heybridge Swifts off top spot by recording a thrilling 4-4 draw at Park Lane.

Mike Finneran and Tobi Joseph found the back of the net in the dying embers of the contest to ensure Bentley’s side were not beaten.

The Gulls were knocked out of the Thameside Trophy at the first round stage by Hullbridge Sports in midweek.