Obviously we’re delighted to win.  We’ve played better than today in the past and come away with nothing so the important aspect is that we’ve won the game.

You can’t play well every game and it’s a sign of a good side when you don’t play well and win.  It just so happens at the moment that when we are playing well, we win them too.

There will be some rotation to keep the squad fresh.  It’s made my job very easy so far as the 11 players I’m picking to start the games are all doing good enough jobs to keep their place and we find ourselves top of the league table because of it.

We’ve got a week until the next game and no more midweek games for a few weeks so the lads can rest up midweek.  We may rotate in the F.A Cup and everyone is chomping at the bit to get a chance to start.

We had to make changes during the game yesterday to suit the game and to protect our two goal advantage.  Winning today in the manner that we did indicates that there is still a lot to come for us this season.

Tom Eckersley played 45 minutes in the Development Squad on Thursday night.  We won’t rush him as he’s been out for seven months up to now and he’ll be given time to come back into the First Team picture.  Potentially dual registering, physical fitness is right up there with lads playing week in week out, he may go out on loan to get full fitness.

The first month has been very important for us, we’ve received some fantastic compliments from some of the teams we’ve played so far.  Teams are noticing what were doing and how we’re trying to go about it but we still keep winning and that’s the main thing.

We have a good squad of players and we can challenge come the end of the season but it’s a long way off, and we wont get too cocky about how well we’re doing.  An injury or loss of form can be the key to any team’s downfall and we hope that we can avoid that.

It’ll be a tough game against Worcester next week but we’ll certainly be up for it.