MJ Williams is looking to stay in the groove and help Wanderers keep racking up the wins.
Williams has been a key player in the Whites’ impressive start to the season – starting eight of the 10 League One games so far.
His midfield partnerships with Aaron Morley and currently George Thomason have helped lay the foundations for an impressive run of form from Ian Evatt’s men.
And the Welshman is hoping for more of the same when the Whites go to Cheltenham Town on Tuesday night in search of a fifth successive league win.
“It’s a happy camp at the moment but we know we can’t take it for granted,” said Williams.
“It’s going to be a tough game at Cheltenham, so all focus is on that now.
“We know how good we are at home so hopefully we can start a run away and pick up some points.
“The results have been really good. We’re keeping clean sheets and scoring goals and I’m sure there’s plenty more to come.
“The chances we’re going to create I’m sure there will be a game where we do put more than two or three in.
“Everything is going well but you’ve got to be ready and ready to fight again on Tuesday and Saturday coming up.”
Wanderers face back-to-back away games at Cheltenham and Forest Green Rovers as they look to stay inside the top-six places.
Boss Ian Evatt is likely to tweak his playing resources in a bid to keep the Whites firing on all cylinders.
And he’s certainly not short of options in central midfield where Williams and Thomason have recently been reviving their productive pairing.
“I’m feeling good. I’m enjoying my football,” added Williams.
“I’m playing a lot of games and George has been absolutely outstanding since he came into the team.
“I knew George from when we played together mostly in League Two and had a good partnership then.
“Hopefully we can carry that on now and we have some great competition in the midfield.
“It’s good competition. We all get on really well and we’re all pushing each other every day.
“That’s only good for the team, so whoever it is in there we know we’re going to do a job and hopefully we’ll carry that on.”