Grimsby Town manager Mike Newell insists he is not worried about the threat of relegation.
The Mariners remain entrenched in trouble towards the foot of the League Two table, with Bournemouth's recent revival seeing them close to within five points of safety.
However, Newell has yet to experience relegation as a manager, having enjoyed successful spells at Hartlepool and Luton, and does not intend to ruin that record.
"Nothing worries me to be honest. I believe we will finish the season strongly," he told skysports.com.
"We had to make three changes to the side due to injury and suspensions (on Saturday), which we wouldn't have had to make normally, and that disrupted the side a little.
"We were playing a top three side in Bury, who were in form, and the result went to the form book.
"I'm not going to start looking over our shoulders now at what is below us because I never have since I came here."
The Mariners offered skipper Ryan Bennett an improved contract last week and Newell believes the 18-year-old can become a quality defender, having been impressed by the youngster's attitude since taking over from Alan Buckley earlier this season.
"We just want to look after the lad really and bring his contract in line with what the other lads are on really," he added.
"He has played every game, he is the skipper and he has done consistently well for us since I came to the club so we feel that his performances have warranted an improved deal.
"He is playing with a maturity beyond his years really, as he has only just turned 18, and yet he has played 70 odd games for the club.
"He is getting better day by day and his attitude is first class, so he is definitely one for the future."