THREE consecutive victories has moved Highgate up to 15th in the Midland Alliance and manager Peter Frain is hoping that his sides recent good fortune continues.
After a shaky start, Gate have proved they are more than capable of succeeding at the highest level of football they have ever competed in.
Tomorrow they entertain Westfields who travel from Herefordshire low on confidence after picking up just one point out of 18 on the road this season.
Frain is hoping to inflict further misery on the struggling side but is still sweating on the fitness of strikers Luke Keen, Liam O'Shea and Chris Gummery.
They all missed Saturday's win at Racing Club Warwick where Neil Kitching was the hero with a 70th minute winner.
Keeper Perry Cox saved a Terence Carpenter penalty in the first half.