Manager Warren Feeney insists he is happy with the start he has enjoyed as Manager, but doesn't want the players to get carried away.
"I'm happy with the start, but as I said to the players last week, we haven't achieved anything yet," said the Manager.
"It's a decent return of points and there has been quite a few away games in that run, and all we have to do is keep on picking up points between now and the end of the season."
"If we carry on playing like we have been, then we will be more than safe in this division."
After adding depth to his squad during the January transfer window, the Manager believes that he now has more options at his disposal.
"The bench is looking very strong," added Feeney.
"Obviously I am always looking to add that bit of extra quality, just to cover the couple of injuries that we have."
"We have quality players, and that showed on Saturday with the players who came off the bench. The substitutes allowed us to change our shape a little bit. Every single player is going to be needed between now and the end of the season."
Discussing the signing of Tom Meechan, Feeney revealed that he is looking forward to giving the twenty-five year-old striker a chance in the Football League.
"It will take a little while for Tom to settle in, but it gives us another option."
"We will get him fit and up to the level that the other lads are at and then go from there.
"I'm a big believer in giving youngsters chances and he has certainly scored goals in abundance where he has come from."
Speaking about striker Scott Boden recent run of form, the Manager revealed that he has been impressed with the striker's goal scorring return.
"If he keeps scoring goals then it is hard to leave him out of the team."
"On Saturday it wasn't one of his best performances, but he grabbed the goal with a great finish."
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