Liam Dickinson made it six straight away wins for Stockport as they boosted their play-off hopes with a 2-0 victory at Accrington Stanley.
The striker headed home in the 32nd minute and fired in a wonder goal after 63 minutes to seal the three points.
But it could have been a bigger margin had Accrington goalkeeper Kenny Arthur not saved Michael Rose's penalty after 51 minutes.
Stanley failed to create much as they slumped to their eighth defeat in 10 games, which has left them close to the relegation zone.
Dickinson scored the first after debutante Shaleum Logan, on loan from Manchester City, fired in a free-kick which the striker headed home.
Then Dickinson curled in a shot from the edge of the area into the bottom corner for the second, making it 13 goals for the season.