It has been another good week for the club. The two wins included nine goals and two clean sheets which is great news for all at the club.
We needed a good week and a good run of form after the difficulties of last month off the field.
This good run of seven wins in a row has come as a result of a lot of hard work from the lads. The y are working well as a unit and enjoying what they are doing.
At the moment the team are working like a well-oiled machine, all I have to do is send them out there and they produce the goods.
The experience of some of the older players in the changing room is also very valuable, as this seems to be rubbing off on the more youthful lads.
All the players in the changing rooms get on and there is a good camaraderie and that is now being reflected in their play on the pitch.
You can see that clearly, as when they lose the ball they hunt in packs to regain possession, and when they do have the ball they are really enjoying their football.
During the Brigg game Bryan Hughes stood alongside me in the dug-out and when looking at some of the football we were playing we both said Wow.
It is a privilege to be part of such a great bunch and with such a terrific club.
It is important that we keep this momentum going, startingat Eastwood Town on Saturday afternoon.
It is nice to go back to a club where i spent two years in charge.
They are going through a tough time at the moment and I feel bad for them but come 3pm I will only be interested in getting three points for Scarborough Athletic.
The World Cup draw has given England a very tough task, it is a strong group.
I like the way that the manager Roy Hodgson (above) is bringing through the younger players, I feel they have enough ability to get out of the group but I wonder if they have enough experience to win the bigger games in the knockout stages.
In the dying minutes have they got enough about them to close a game out.