GLENN Ferguson has demanded consistency as Ballymena United look to climb into the top half of the table.
The Sky Blues bagged a 2-1 victory over Glenavon last week in what was only their third win of the season.
Their campaign to date has been blighted by a series of draws which has kept them wedged in the bottom half of the Premiership.
But after securing three priceless points against the Lurgan Blues, Ferguson hopes to carry that momentum into Saturday’s trip to Lisburn Distillery.
“We need to try and push on and start picking up more wins,” he said.
“We are approaching a series of games now where we will play teams who would be viewed as being roughly the same ability as us.
“But that doesn’t mean it will be any easier. There are no easy games in this league and there isn’t much difference between the teams and the top and bottom.
“We have Distillery on Saturday who will have been buoyed by last week’s win over Donegal Celtic.
“They also scored nine goals against Coagh United in the League Cup.
“After that we have Ballinamallard United who are sitting top of the table. We drew at their ground earlier in the season and were disappointed not to come away with the win.
“Maybe it was actually a decent result considering the way they have been playing.
“But we have Distillery first and that is going to be a tough test.
“They will be up for the game but we have a game plan for Saturday and will be going for the win.”