They turned the tables on Burton Albion's FA Cup heroes in midweek but Stour-bridge will be fully focused on the Harvey World Travel Midland Alliance standings above anything else this season.
Glassboys manager Gary Hackett says the most important statistic about his side's 4-1 win over the Brew-ers was another 'W', rather than their progress into the Birmingham Senior Cup semi-finals.
It was their seventh successive victory since their FA Vase hopes were shattered at Newcastle Benfield on December 10 but Hackett says nothing is decided in January and he will utter three words when he prepares his play-ers for tomorrow's
Black Country derby at home to Tipton Town: Keep it going.
"Losing in the Vase was a big, big disappointment but we've bounced back strongly," Hackett said. "I think we have threatened this sort of run for a while and it's been great to see everything click together but we have got to keep it going. This run has only allowed us to make up ground."
Stourbridge lie fifth. Though leaders Malvern Town have an eight-point lead and three games in hand, there is an extra incentive for leading sides. The Football Association is planning another restruc-turing which could present the top three with promotion.
The Glassboys' sequence is even more pleasing for Hackett since he has had to cope with a lengthy list of injuries and unavailabilities.
Ruled out with broken arms are Paul Evans, Sam Rock and Adam Wood while Morgan Brookes, Matt South-wick, Andy Wright and Nathan Bennett have been crocked. Matt Webb is serving a 49-day ban.