David Howell aims to ensure Harrow Borough do not become Margate's springboard to success when the sides meet on Saturday.
The Kent coast outfit have plummeted down the Ryman Premier Division after suffering a succession of defeats but will be out to bag three points against Borough, who lie below them in the table.
It has been a turbulent month or so at Margate with player-boss Barry Ashby shown the door after a 'difference of opinion' with the board of directors. Player-coach Paul Smith was also axed and former Wales national coach, Terry Yorath, agreed to take charge of team affairs having previously held the role of director of football.
He is assisted by his former national goalkeeper, Everton legend Neville Southall who is a football development coach with The Gate. But while their experience is unquestionable results have not gone well for the Principality pairing.
"They've taken over and lost their three matches so far," said Boro manager Howell. "Margate are a good young side but things are not going for them at the moment. It is up to us to ensure we make them think 'here we go again' rather than be the side that provides them with that lift they need, just as the Dartford win gave us.
"They will be thinking there is no better time to get that win against a team down the bottom with just two wins to their name But we are a point behind them with two games in hand so we will be looking to go above them."
Harrow Borough v Margate
Hartsdown Park, Saturday, 3pm
Manager: Terry Yorath (caretaker)
League record to date: P16 W 3 D3 L10
Last five (most recent first): L, L, L, L, W
Last five home: L, L, L, L, W
Top scorer: Ryan Peters, Dan Young (2)
Current league position: 18th
Last season: 9th
2007/08 season: Harrow lost 2-1 (A) and 1-0 (H)
Team news: Terry Yorath's search for a first win under his stewardship has been hit by an injury to joint top scorer Ryan Peters, who was carried off in last Saturday's 2-0 defeat at Horsham.