Dan Barrett believes the buzz is back in Boston Town’s dressing room.
The Poachers stretched their winning run in the UCL Premier to four matches following two victories this week.
On Saturday they beat Harrowby United 4-1, before adding to that with Tuesday’s 2-1 success against Sleaford Town, both at the DWB Stadium.
“Saturday was another good result for us, the changing room is starting to have a buzz about it again,” Barrett told The Standard.
“A few things have changed in and around the ground to benefit the players.
“To push this club in the right direction you have to start from the bottom, and that’s what myself and Carl (Foreman, assistant manager) are doing.”
Alex Beck netted a brace on Saturday, taking his tally to four goals in three matches.
Gary Cross took his tally to three-in-three since joining the Poachers, while Lori Borbely also found his name on the scoresheet.
“(Beck) has started to find some form under Carl and myself, and I purely put it down to no pressure and him enjoying his football,” added Barrett (pictured).
“Gary scored again and a goalscoring midfielder in this league is vital and he’s proving his worth.”
Harrowby grabbed their consolation goal late on.
On Tuesday, Town came from behind to beat Sleaford.
Defenders Nick Jackson and Michael Wood both found the target.
On Saturday the Poachers host Newport Pagnell in league action (KO 3pm).