Gordon Bartlett has set his Wealdstone players four tasks for the rest of the season.
The Stones need four points to reach the 43-point mark, a figure the manager believes will secure survival.
After that, Wealdstone's next target is 50 points, while Bartlett wants to turn his side's goal difference of minus four into the black by the season's end.
And the final target is to ensure they win more games than they lose having tasted victory and defeat on nine occasions this season.
Bartlett said: “We've got to be very pleased with the way we've responded to the poor start. It was a learning curve and everybody has done well in changing it around.
“I spoke to the lads prior to the game on Saturday and told them to refocus on the last quarter of the season.
“We want to avoid relegation which is 43 points and then look to 50 points. We want to turn our negative goal difference into a positive one. We also want to win more games than we lose.”
The Stones travel to St Albans City on Saturday having lost 3-0 to them at home earlier in the season and Bartlett is expecting a different game.
He added: “I expect it to be different from the one we played at home.
“There's no doubt we've improved since that day but it's a local derby and both of us are sitting in the middle of the table and we've crept above them.”