Port Vale boss Lee Sinnott has challenged his side to repeat the performance which saw them draw 3-3 at home to Leeds United last time out.
Sinnott has been unable to steer his side away from the threat of relegation to League Two, but is clear what he wants to see in the coming weeks.
He told The Sentinel: "It will be a great test for them. It is pointless only raising your game for Leeds United when there are 4,000 away fans at your ground.
"There will be a course of action in the summer and, if I see players who can raise their games for some matches and not others, then that tells me something about their character.
"I am not naming anybody or thinking of anybody at all, but I am thinking of the future.
"It is about having people who can show the right attributes and turn performances out consistently."