DETERMINED Adrian Webster last night urged his Darlington team-mates to ensure this time they stay in the play-off places for keeps.

The narrow win over Chester on Saturday saw Quakers move into the top seven for the sixth time this season Quakers.

Seven days earlier Quakers slipped out of the play-off zone after losing 2-0 at home to second bottom Kidderminster Harriers, before throwing away a two-goal lead to draw 3-3 at Bristol Rovers 48 hours later.

With five games remaining Webster insists Quakers must pull out all the stops to remain in the top seven.

"It's really up to us to concentrate on our own game, rather than relying on others to lose," said Webster.

"Fortunately, there is little between anyone in this division and that's why we've been able to afford to drop points.

"But now one more slip-up could have a massive effect on our chances and that's what we have to remember in the last five games.

"We're back in the play-offs and it's up to us to make sure we stay there between now and the end of the season.

"There is no reason why we can't, as long as we approach games with the right attitude."

While Quakers rarely looked like a side with designs on promotion at the weekend, it is the work ethic manager David Hodgson has instilled, which has saw his side grind out results.

"We never had the best of games today, but we worked hard and got the result we wanted," said Webster. "We dominated the game and I don't think there was any danger of us losing it.

"We had enough possession to win the game and it's just a shame that we didn't do it in open play."

On his return to the side after a three-match ban, Clyde Wijnhard scored the only goal of the game from the penalty spot after Webster was dragged down by Chester defender Darren Edmondson.

"I don't think there was ever really any doubt about the penalty," said Webster. "I was pulled over when the ball came in and their lads didn't really complain.

"For all we dominated the penalty was our get out of jail card."

Webster has now set his sights on Saturday's trip to Cambridge United as Quakers look to strengthen their foothold in the League Two play-off pack.

"The lads were all gutted to come away from the Bristol game with a draw because we thought we'd done enough to win it," admitted Webster. "It's good to get back to winning ways and hopefully we can follow that up at Cambridge on Saturday."

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