IN-FORM winger Dan Mooney helped Altrincham clock up 50 points for the season but vowed there will be no let-up, as the Robins set their sights on making it their best campaign since the mid-1990s.

Former Fleetwood Town flyer Mooney registered his 10th league goal of a productive season, and 11th overall, as Alty cruised into a 4-0 lead against Wealdstone before conceding two late goals in a nervy finish to win 4-2.

It put 15th-placed Alty on 50 points, and with five games left, Phil Parkinson’s side are looking to match or even eclipse the 1995/96 Conference campaign, when a squad managed by John King finished 12th with 58 points.

Ahead of Saturday’s long trip to relegated Dover and the Bank Holiday Monday 3pm kick off at home to Barnet, Mooney said: “As a team, we are annoyed that, at 4-0 up, we didn’t see it out and chalk up another clean sheet.

“If you ease up even slightly in this league, the opposition will take advantage, and that’s what happened.

“But we will work on that and make sure we are ready to go again over the weekend. We are looking to finish the season as strongly as possible. It’s great to beat last season’s tally and reach 50 points with five games left.

“But the way we are looking at it is, there’s 15 points up for grabs and the chance to finish on 65 or as near to that as possible.”

On his own rejuvenated form, the winger added: “I struggled with a few injuries last season, which held me back, but it all seems to have clicked this season, which I was confident it would.

“I am pleased with my form and the goals, but I want a lot more.

“The gaffer and Neil Sorvel have drilled that into me.

“Can I get in at the back stick a bit more? Can I get in and around the box to get a few more of the ugly goals, rather than holding back on the wing?

“That’s what they keep on at me about, and it’s paying off.”