WIVENHOE TOWN manager Gary Monti believes his side are a match for anyone in their division - and hopes they prove it against table-toppers White Ensign.

The sides are set to meet in a Thurlow Nunn League first division south contest at the Blackstone Stadium tomorrow (kick-off 3pm).

Dragons boss Monti knows his side face a tough test against the current leaders, who replaced Little Oakley at the summit last Saturday.

However, he has faith in his players and felt they showed their potential in Tuesday's 2-0 victory against Harwich and Parkeston.

"We've got a hard run of games coming up but, to get where we want to be, we have to beat these top teams," he told the Gazette.

"White Ensign are absolutely flying but we'll approach it in the same way that we did on Tuesday night.

"Hopefully we can come out with another positive result.

"Player for player, we're as good as any team in the league.

"We just need to be more consistent and cut out silly mistakes.

"However, we're unbeaten this year and want to carry that on for as long as possible.

"I'm sure there will be a lot more twists and turns as the season goes on.

"But if we can stay under the radar and keep picking up points, you never know what will happen and where we'll end up."

Monti was delighted with his side's result and performance against Harwich, on Tuesday.

The Dragons, who are sixth in the table, scored in either half through Tom Lakin and Jack Mead.

"I was really pleased with the way we played against a very good Harwich team," he said.

"(Shrimpers manager) Mike (Wallace) has recruited well and got them playing well.

"Their recent results have been good so we knew we had a game on our hands.

"We rode our luck a bit in the first half but, by the end, were good value for the three points.

"Jack Mead's goal was an absolute stunner and deserved to win the game for us.

"I never felt at any point that we'd lose, even though the match and possession were pretty even.

"We took our chances and they didn't.

"I think they were unhappy with a few refereeing decisions but we've been on the end of some poor ones in the precious two games and that's cost us points.

"We said before the game that we'd take it one match at a time and wanted to be harder to beat.

"Over the last half-dozen games, we've been guilty of poor finishing and sloppy defending so knew we had to up our game."