Ian Evatt has hailed the team spirit among his players ahead of Tuesday night’s trip to Oldham Athletic.
After remaining unbeaten in February, drawing one and winning five on the spin, his Wanderers troops spring into March in a confident mood as they look to charge up the Sky Bet League Two table.
And although Evatt acknowledged that his players’ togetherness has been crucial to their upturn in form, he wants more from them as the season progresses.
He said: “The camaraderie in the camp is great, the togetherness has really come in the last few weeks.
"Obviously results help that, but the lads have come together and the people in the team and out of the team, on the bench, ones that have been taken off are all wanting everyone else to do well and that’s important.
“February has been a good month. That’s all it is though, a good month. We’ve got 11 more weeks to go. We have to make sure that we perform to the same levels, if not better, to achieve what we want to achieve.
"We’ve achieved nothing yet. We’re satisfied that we’ve turned the corner, but as we’ve seen before with November and how that went and then what happened afterwards, we’re not going to rest on our laurels.
"We’re hungry for more, the appetite is there, the lads have come together, the work ethic’s there, we want to do more and do better.”