Aylesbury FC boss Craig Faulconbridge has urged his players to ‘keep the momentum’ of their recent revival going when they travel to Chertsey Town today (Saturday).
The Moles put together a fine unbeaten run recently and he is confident they can continue their positive upturn at Chertsey.
He said: “Obviously in the league anything can happen but since the sticky spell we had at the start of September the team have shown me a much better work ethic and attitude.
“We also now have our passion and desire back.
“They have shown a very good response to that September slump and hopefully things are on the up.”
Faulconbridge added that he felt it was still too early to judge how the season would pan out.
He said: “I believe that the table never really gives a true reflection of how the season has gone or might go until Christmas.
“It is such a tight league that a couple of wins could move you up towards the play-off positions but at the same time a couple of defeats could push you down towards the relegation zone.
“The key for us is to keep picking up points on a regular basis and if we continue doing that then we will have a good season.”