John Coleman has no thoughts of revenge at Stevenage – he just wants Stanley to finish on a high.

Darren Sarll’s side held the Reds to a goalless draw on the final day of last season which cost Stanley automatic promotion.

It’s now eighth placed Stevenage who need the win for a chance to be in League One next season – they need three points in the final game of the season to make the play-offs along with other results going their way.

“I want to win no matter who we play,” said Coleman, with Stanley in 13th place, five points off the top seven.

“We had a marvellous 15-game unbeaten run but it has ended with two defeats and we don’t want to end the season with three defeats.

“Last season we couldn’t expect Stevenage to come here and roll over for us, they had a job to do and they did it.

“From our point of view this season, we want to finish on a high, with three points, for ourselves and our supporters as we look ahead to next season.

“I want us to get back to winning games and scoring goals and, if we win tomorrow, that will take us to 65 points.”

Coleman says his side haven’t fulfilled their potential this season and that’s been frustrating.

“I believe we should be in the top seven but we had the bad run in November and December and, while luck went against us, we didn’t respond well to things going against us and we seemed to get in a rut of accepting defeat and not scoring goals.

“The players deserve all the credit for turning it around and we want to finish on 65 points which is a base to go again and strive for automatic promotion next season.”

Coventry, Port Vale, Chesterfield and Swindon have come down from League One with Lincoln promoted.

“While we have lost teams on big budgets, the teams who have replaced them will be in the top 10 budget-wise.

“However things aren’t settled on budgets as, if they were, we wouldn’t be in this league. We know we can compete and challenge and we want to improve next season.”