CHIPSTEAD, Coulsdon & Walcountians Cricket Club chairman Ian Childs says his side will be gunning for a fifth promotion in five years next season.
The club won a third promotion in four years with victory over Woking & Horsell, sealing their place in Surrey Championship Division Two for next season.
And Childs said it was a "marvellous achievement" for the side, adding that they would now be looking to make it four in five next season.
"This is what we set out to achieve," he said.
"We need to keep the momentum going now and we expect to do well. We have got good strength in the squad and we are confident they can take us to the next level.
"We know Division Two will be a challenge, but we feel we have a team that is capable of being successful and it is our aim to make it four in five."
Chipstead complete their Division Three campaign this week with a trip to face Epsom.
Meanwhile, Oxted & Limpsfield batsman Simon Jackson has passed 1,000 runs for the season after scoring 77 in his side's defeat to Egham on Saturday.
The Os batsman took his tally to 1,020 runs for the season with his knock, with his runs coming at an average of 92.73.
He has been the star man for the Os this season, who are now guaranteed to finish third after a three-wicket defeat to Egham.
Batting first, Oxted posted 234-7, but Egham eased to the total in 35 overs.
Oxted complete their 2013 campaign at Maori Oxshott on Saturday.