Boss Alan Dowson has absolute faith his men will finish the job of claiming the Ryman Premier League title on Saturday by proving they are best players in the league.

Goals from Brendan Kiernan (two) and Moussa Diarra secured a 3-0 triumph at Grays Athletic at the weekend to put the Beavers on the brink of claiming automatic promotion to the National League South.

Bognor Regis Town’s 2-0 win at Leiston on Saturday and their 3-1 win over Brentwood Town on Tuesday mean Hampton still need a point to be crowned champions when Enfield Town visit the Beveree tomorrow.

It would be Dowson’s first trophy since winning the Ryman Division One South title in 2009 with Kingstonian and would see Hampton return to the second tier of English non-League football for the first time since relegation in 2012.

Hampton, who have lost only seven league games all season, beat Enfield Town 3-2 in the league before Christmas and the Beveree chief has every confidence his side can do the double over their north London rivals.

“There is no tension here. If you cannot go out and enjoy a game like this one on Saturday, then you shouldn’t be playing the game,” he said.

“The best players win championships and these players are the best.

"I’ve got 100 per cent total belief in the team. As people, they are the best group of players I’ve ever had.”

Hampton are expecting a bumper 1,500 crowd to cheer them to the title and Dowson admitted it would be a proud moment if his team were to succeed.

“It will be the biggest achievement in my career in the game. We were bottom of the league when I took over and we have been top of the table since Christmas pretty much,” he added.

“I have been unlucky on a few occasions before and it will mean a lot to me and to the club if we get there.”