HARROW Borough manager David Howell has targeted at least 10 points from a possible 15 as his side prepare for a prolonged stay at Earlsmead.
They played just two Ryman Premier League matches last month, both on the road and both ending in defeat. However, they followed up last Saturday's 2-1 home win over Maidstone United with a 1-1 draw at Bognor Regis Town on Tuesday night.
Harrow are without a game this Saturday and will be preparing for three consecutive home league games, starting with Boreham Wood next Tuesday. Waltham Abbey then visit Earlsmead on Saturday week before Aveley make the trip three days later.
"Before the Maidstone game we looked at the fixtures and saw that four of the next five games are at home," said Howell. "We want to get into double figures from a possible 15 and we're on course with four out of six. We're away from the majority of December (six of their seven matches are away) so it's important we pick up as many points as we can at home."
Boreham Wood are sixth in the table and their five-match unbeaten run came to an end with a 1-0 home reversal to Kingstonian on Tuesday.
"On paper Boreham Wood are the stronger side of the next few teams we face," added Howell. "Waltham Abbey and Aveley are in and around us and we've got to pick up points from those games if we are to get ourselves out of the area we're in and move up the table.
Meanwhile, Howell has backed former Borough star Albert Adomah for the top. The Barnet midfielder, who has rejected a new deal with the Bees, is continuing to attract interest from Championship rivals Blackpool and Watford. Borough will receive 15 per cent of the transfer, should Barnet finally agree a selling price.
"I'd back him at Premiership level," said Howell. "If he makes the right move for the right club he will be a revelation."