The league position does not tell the story though, as Town have up to five games in hand on their play-off rivals.
Stratford have played five less than second-placed Chippenham Town, yet sit just 10 points behind them.
Adams, however, is refusing to get carried away and wants Town to maintain their focus ahead of this Saturday’s derby clash at Leamington.
He said: “We’re not looking at the play-offs at the minute as it can change so quickly in this league.
“Two wins and you’re up there, but two defeats and suddenly you’re down the table.
“We are sitting pretty though and it’s going slightly unnoticed. We’re either going to be mid-table or pushing for the play-offs.”
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