A win against Nuneaton Town would move them six points clear of the drop zone with just over a week of the season to go.
A point secured at Leamington means they are currently three points away from the bottom three places and with games running out a victory would give them a good chance of staying up.
"They are secure and aren't in the scrap, hopefully they will relax a little bit but it doesn't matter, with things like that it is down to us," Flanagan told the club's website.
"We are good against the teams at the top, they have done quite well, they are a decent side, big and solid but it is down to us.
It would be a big win if they could gain the victory and Flanagan says he knows what they need to do to achieve it.
"We just need the goals, defensively we have been more solid in recent games."