Midfielder Jason Taylor insists Barrow AFC aren't finished yet, as they look to continue their superb winning run against Boreham Wood at Holker Street tonight.

Not since November 1997, in the season where they were promoted from the Unibond Premier League, have the Bluebirds recorded seven league wins in a row - they've only managed it twice before in their history.

Their sixth victory on the spin at Bromley last Saturday was arguably the most impressive of the lot, as they dominated the game on the home patch of the side who began the day top of the National League.

AFC are now fifth in the table off the back of their run and now have fourth-placed Woking, who are one point ahead of them, in their sights, something not too many fans will be though to be possible so soon after losing to the Cards calamitously at the end of August.

Taylor said: "I think it's really good because it shows our consistency and the good bit of form we're in at the minute, but we don't want to stop at six.

"We're going into Tuesday's game and we want another win. We just go into the next game, and we want to win every game, if possible.

"That's the mentality that the gaffer has brought into us and hopefully we can do that. I think you can see in this run that the lads are working hard for each other and, first and foremost, we've got to match and run over the top of teams if we're to stand a chance in any game."

The Bluebirds will be up against a team in decent form themselves in Boreham Wood, as they have won three out of their last four games, including a 1-0 victory at home to Solihull Moors last Saturday.

Luke Garrard's side also won at Holker Street back in April last season and signs are that they'll be challenging higher up the table this time after struggling in the bottom half the previous year.

Taylor said: "We just go into every game having to work hard and run over the opposition and if we do that consistently and we play our football, then hopefully that will bring us out on top in games.

"We're going to have bad games, we're going to have games where we're not good with the ball, but at this minute we're being consistently better defensively, we're staying in games more and we've got that cutting edge up top.

"I think Boreham Wood are always consistent in this division - they made the play-offs the other year when they beat Fylde, so it's going to be another tough game.

"We've got to make sure no-one gets ahead of ourselves, we want to focus on the next game."