Chiswick are ready for their promotion play-off contest at Diss on Saturday according to director of rugby Adrian Hoile.
The Dukes Meadow side travel to Norfolk in a winner-takes-all contest that would see the victor promoted to London 1 North.
After a string of top four finishes in their division, Hoile admits it would mean everything to him if his side can do the business and secure a spot in the league above.
He said: “It would mean everything. We’ve had five years of top four finishes.
“It would be the end of a journey for some and for others it’d be the beginning of a new one.
“It is what it is. I think the club should be in the league above. It’s everything. It’s why we’re here.”
Hoile admits he faces a difficult job compiling his squad for the fixture with five players unavailable, but competition for players remains high.
He added: “It’s a difficult job to pick the right 19.
“We’re missing five players due to injury and unavailability.
“It’s going to be tight in some positions. We want to put the team out early and prepare with the 19.
“We’re looking forward to it. We had a light week last week and trained on Saturday instead of playing.
“We’re confident, but I wouldn’t say we’re expecting to win. I think Diss are going to be tough opposition.”
Diss claimed home advantage due to a slightly better record in London NE, but Hoile is expecting a close encounter.
He said: “They’ve got a similar record to us and lost to Maidstone in the cup by a similar score to us. London NE is a tough league.
“I understand it’s a fairly forward orientated league, which is different to us.
“It is a one-off cup game, so if we perform well then we can win the game and go up.”