Luther James-Wildin is only too aware of what is needed when Stevenage go to Harrogate Town - their most professional performance of the season.

Coming into it on the back of the 2-1 success at Aston Villa in the FA Cup, and ahead of the visit to the Lamex of Leyton Orient for the top versus second clash, the Wetherby Road-clash could be lost in the shuffle.

However, the Boro full-back insists he and his team-mates are ready for the clash.

He said: "We’ve had an unbelievable moment and we’ve got a massive game coming in [against Orient] but we’ve got Harrogate and it is really important for us to go there and do the business. 

"If we do that, then the result will go for us. 

"I know the players in this building will do that extra little bit for each other, we are all on the same wavelength. 

"No matter what, we are all striving for the same aim and that is promotion. 

"It’s important though to enjoy the process, not just what we’re aiming for at the end. 

"The gaffer does that really well. He makes sure we enjoy the highs but then gets us straight back on it. 

"We all know how big this game is [at Harrogate]. Every gap you can build is one step closer. 

"Everyone in the play-off race is beating each other and if we can keep doing our job, then only good things can come." 

There was obviously still part of his mind though that was left musing the Villa Park experience, and the celebrations after the final whistle.

The 25-year-old said: "That moment in the dressing room will stay with me forever. That feeling will be cherished forever. 

"Nobody was in a rush to leave. Everyone was just enjoying the moment, the players and the staff. 

"It was great to have everyone together. 

"But while what happened at the weekend was amazing and a great experience for everyone involved, we all know that the league is the priority.

"Beating Harrogate will be massive for us and keeps that ball rolling."