AFC Fylde hitman Danny Rowe believes it’s ‘all to play for’ after the Coasters regained their place in the National League play-offs. 

Rowe bagged the crucial second goal in a 3-1 victory over Barrow on Tuesday night to complete a perfect Bank Holiday for Fylde, who had previously seen off Halifax on Good Friday.

The gritty victory at Holker Street saw Dave Challinor’s promotion-hopefuls leapfrog rivals Dover Athletic into the final play-off position with just five games to go.

Rowe, whose 23-goal tally has only been bettered across the top five divisions by Premier League duo Mo Salah (29) and Harry Kane (24) and Peterborough’s Jack Marriott (25), now has his sights firmly fixed on the top seven.

Rowe said: “It’s obviously really pleasing to get the six points over the bank holiday weekend. It puts us back into the play-offs and although Ebbsfleet can go above us with their games in hand, they still have to win them both yet.

“All the clubs around us, including ourselves, have tough run-ins and a lot play each other so it’s all to play for.

“Obviously it’s a very exciting time. If you can win games regularly and see yourself placed in those play-off positions it gives you a buzz and confidence going in to games. 

“We just have to do our own thing, concentrate on ourselves and keep putting in these good performances. 

“Obviously we’re hoping that other sides can slip up along the way, but we’d rather not have to rely on that to make the play-offs.”

Read the full interview with Danny in tomorrow’s Official Matchday Programme.