Boston Town manager Ian Dunn believes the Poachers’ dressing room is a better place to be - after the club won their third successive league match.
Town have suffered indifferent form in the United Counties League Premier this campaign - Dunn and joint boss Matt Hocking’s first in charge at Tattershall Road.
But after Josh Ford and Ollie Maltby both found the net to earn the Poachers a 2-1 victory at Long Buckby on Saturday, that made it three wins in a row.
“The changing room’s changed,” Dunn said after his side recorded back-to-back wins over the Bucks and a victory at Sleaford Town.
“It’s always been a good place where everyone had a laugh, but the boys have got a lot more belief about themselves now.
“But we’ve got to keep it that way.
“We’ve won three in a row now, but we have to keep on winning matches - and I believe we can win a few more this month.”
On Saturday, Town host third-placed Quorn (KO 3pm), who have recxently seen an overhaul in their in personnel.
That will be followed by a match at basement side Irchester United - who have won just once all season - the following Saturday.
Alec Robinson (pictured) made his Town debut at Long Buckby, after agreeing to join from UCL Division One outfit Bourne Town.
Dunn added “He’s a big strong lad, but he’s also mobile.
“He knows how to score.”