Tuncay Korkmaz believes Deeping Rangers learned from the “bad memories” of throwing away a three-goal lead against Wellingborough Town.
They head to the Dog & Duck on Saturday to face the Doughboys who rescued a point in November despite having goalkeeper Aaron Bellairs sent off at 3-2.
Deeping boss Korkmaz said: “I remember that game at home and they are bad memories.
“That was one of only a few games where we have some regrets this season if we look back.
“Those were the early days of our transitional period and we should have experience now at this level to hold onto a lead.
“Our recent form has been much better and we are looking forward to going to Wellingborough.”
Striker Adam Scotcher is serving a three-match ban.
The trip to Harrowby United on Tuesday night was postponed due to a frozen pitch.