Richard O'Kelly is relishing a final-day clash with Torquay after a 3-0 win over Crawley kept Hereford's survival dream alive.
The Bulls recorded arguably the biggest shock of the day as they ran out comfortable winners courtesy of two second-half goals from substitute Yoann Arquin, which followed Joe Colbeck's 54th-minute opener.
They face Martin Ling's Gulls next week in a match with implications at both ends of the npower League Two table but O'Kelly insists his side will be in confident mood following their first win in nine matches.
"It was a nice reward for the players bearing in mind the effort they put in," he said. "We needed to get a win and now it's all about us putting pressure on Torquay. We grew in confidence as the match went on against Crawley and we will be confident in all that we do to prepare ahead of the Torquay game."
O'Kelly also felt his side did an excellent job in marshalling Crawley strikers Gary Alexander and Billy Clarke.
He admitted: "Crawley's front two are as good as any in the division but we solved the problems in facing them. That was very pleasing."