“We looked much more solid, much more organised, we dealt with dangerous situations and were still a threat at the other end,” said Gary Owers after watching his side win 1-0 at Stonebridge Road.

“We’re tarred with this ‘we’re bottom of the league, we’re rubbish’. Well, we’re not rubbish any more – we’re getting there.

“The lads are realising what we need to do to get out of this situation, all we could do tonight was come here and win and we’ve done it.

The Gaffer has been with the Club long enough for the Yellow Army to know that he won’t be satisfied until the team is climbing the National League. The pressure is on the squad to keep performing.

“We’re not in a position where we are going to get carried away. It is going to be a long process and it is going to take a couple more weeks to improve our position. Coming off the back of a defeat against Dover and a defeat against Aldershot and looking at two away fixture we had it all to do – we’ve done it. I’m looking for a decent home performance against Hartlepool.”