Team Solent’s Curtis Thorn has targeted a final tally of 70 points, starting with a visit to Bournemouth on Tuesday night.
With seven league games to play, The Sparks lie ninth in the Sydenham’s Wessex Premier Division clutching 56 points.
Their form of late hasn’t been too memorable, having lost their last two games, but Solent left-back Thorn is confident of a turnaround at 18th placed Bournemouth.
“We set ourselves a benchmark of 70 points and it’s another great chance to get another three points on the board,” he said.
“Their pitch isn’t the best and we have a few players out, but we cannot use that as an excuse as we have a good squad with lots of depth.
“I’m sure we will do well collectively and individually and I’m sure we will get the victory."
The away trip to Bournemouth was due to be played in January, but due to poor weather conditions was called off.
Games against Newport Isle of Wight, Moneyfields and Portland United were also postponed during that period, leading to a cluttered fixture list in which the students play six games in 14 days.
When they get through that period they will have four days to prepare for their last match of season, a tricky trip to fourth placed Sholing.
That fixture will be a great warm-up for both sides ahead of their clash in the Southampton Senior Cup final at St Mary’s in May (date yet to be announced), with Solent aiming to defend their title for the third year.
Thorn declared: “Three points on the last day against Sholing will put us in a great mindset ahead of the final.
“They beat us 2-0 the last time we played in the League Cup, but we all believe the result doesn’t reflect the performance.
“St Mary’s is a pedigree of a stadium and we are looking forward to the day out. I’m confident we will end the season on a high by winning both games against Sholing and lifting the cup for the fifth time.”
Hoisting the Southampton Senior Cup is the team’s last chance of silverware this season, on the back of a historic campaign in which they reached Round 5 of the FA Vase for the first time.
They eventually lost 5-1 to a South Shields side who are in the final of that competition, and have also just created an English record outside of the top tier, with 28 straight victories.