Scarborough Athletic assistant manager Darren France feels that the fans have a huge role to play this season.
France, who has been with the club since its very beginning, has been impressed by the quality of the players that have arrived at Boro.
He revealed after the 10-0 win at Lincoln Moorlands Railway on Saturday that he thinks there is still plenty more to come, especially if Boro’s supporters are 100 per cent behind them.
“We have said before that we are going to put 10 goals past a team and we did it against Lincoln Moorlands Railway.
“They are bottom of the league, but we came here for the three points and we got them. We also boosted our goal difference, which could be crucial at the end of the season.
“We are a new side, but they are starting to blend together now. That performance looked to be the start of some very good things and we are going to get better and better. I think we will be right up there at the end of the season.”
France added: “The effort that both Rudy Funk and Denny Ingram put in behind the scenes is amazing. Pre-season was spot on and the training Denny puts on is exceptional.
“Rudy has brought in players from the Evo-Stik League, all of whom could go and play higher up. But they have stayed here, which is fantastic.
“The players are here now and I know what the fans can do for this club, they are everything. If they rally round and club together like they have in our previously successful spells then we can go from strength to strength.
“If you give a pat on the back to people or say unlucky then the relationship will be a lot better between everyone at Scarborough Athletic.”