Hereford United's title dream is still alive, insists Director of Football Graham Turner.

Unbeaten in nine games, United are the form horses in the Conference going into tomorrow's game at Nuneaton Borough (3.00).

United may be eighth in the table and 12 points adrift of leaders Kidderminster Harriers.

But Turner believes they can still make it -- providing they can continue their excellent run.

That was extended by a fine 3-0 win at Stevenage Borough on Monday, courtesy of goals from Paul Parry, Ian Rodgerson and Rob Elmes.

The Bulls could climb as high as third place -- their best placing of the season so far -- if they win tomorrow and other results go in their favour.

They have conceded only two goals in their last six games following the introduction of loan signings Scott Cooksey and Tom White, who will be at Edgar Street for a second month.

Turner said: "There is still a lot of football to be played yet. We know how difficult it is going to be and the gap is there, but if we keep winning then who knows?

"We played ever so well at Stevenage -- we just have to make sure we do the same at Nuneaton."

Nuneaton, who are one place and one point above Hereford, drew 1-1 at Edgar Street back in August but have slipped back off the pace a little in recent weeks.

However, Turner believes United will have to be on their mettle to extend their run.

He added: "There is always a little danger of complacency, which I have warned the players about, but if we do play like we did at Stevenage we are quite capable of taking the three points."

United expect to field the same side which won at Stevenage, with skipper Ian Wright still sidelined by an ankle injury, although he could return for next Saturday's home clash with Hednesford Town.

Young defender James Wall has joined Burton Albion on a month's loan.

Hereford (from): Cooksey, Lane, Sturgess, Clarke, James, White, Rodgerson, Snape, May, Fewings, Parry, Elmes, Williams, Hanson, Shirley, Quy.