County manager Jimmy Dack spoke to the press following his sides 2-0 win at York.
"I thought we were outstanding from start to finish, I thought our game plan was spot on, we came here, we passed the ball and I thought we were convincing winners" said Dack.
"I don't think they could handle our pace today, we were making the right decisions, we turned them when we needed to turn them. Our last four or five games have been really high pressure games, I think we hit teams at the wrong time and it cost us, but today we showed our supporters what we're all about.
Dack had been forced into one change going into the game, bringing Lee Minshull in at centre back, and Dack was delighted with his performance "Lee hasn't trained all week, but I've bought him in, made him skipper and thought he was probably man of the match today.
Dack feels there are plenty of positives to look back on after securing a top 10 finish for the club "We've never been involved in a League 2 play off promotion bid, and there is a lot of pressure involved, but the players will be better for it next year. We're a growing club and we're getting better and better."