TEMPORARY Southend Manor manager Adam Peek says the Saturday’s derby win against Essex Senior League leaders Basildon United will mean nothing unless they pick up three more points tonight.

Manor visit Burnham Ramblers, aiming to build on an excellent 2-1 win at Basildon.

Peek’s team came from a goal down to take the lead, only for goal scorer Jamie Brown to be sent off. However, Manor held out for the final 30 minutes with 10 men to claim the victory.

Two wins from two since stepping in to replace former boss Stuart Marshall until further notice, Peek has had a good start at the top.

But he knows victory against Burnham, eight points and seven positions worse off than 11th placed Manor, is far from a foregone conclusion.

“I can’t fault the work rate or commitment of the players, especially with 10 men,” said Peek, of Saturday’s win.

“But we want to capitalise on it now. It was a massive win but it only is if we win tonight. This is a chance to go on a run and, having beaten the top side, we should think we can beat anyone.

“But Burnham are unpredictable and we are not expecting it to be easy. We have to do the right things from our perspective and we believe we can do well.

“The message will be to keep working and win our battles, and we have faith we can do that.”

Captain Lee Delf returns and John-Joe Slater misses out through injury.