Nathan Steel expressed his delight after getting back to scoring ways with a brace against Yorkshire Amateur at the weekend.
The forward, who has started in six of the last seven games, last found the net against Brighouse Town at the start of December and a first-half double against Ammers will instil confidence.
The ‘side before self’ mentality runs throughout the squad, and despite Steel admitting it was great to get on the score sheet, he was more please the Anchors picked up another three points.
“It was great to get back onto the score sheet,” Steel said. “It’s always nice to chip in with a couple of goals.
“The main thing is that we got the win and an important three points, and the push for promotion continues.
“The lads are absolutely delighted to make it 10 league wins in a row. We always knew that it was going to click, it was just about being patient and believing in ourselves.”
Michael Dunwell’s men are up to third in the league table after a 5-2 win over Yorkshire Amateur at the weekend, but the race to finish in the top five remains tight.
The Anchors are seven points clear of sixth place Worksop Town, with a game in hand, and Steel said the team are going into every game believing they can win.
He added: “Saturday will be a tough one, it always is. There are no easy games in this league, but the mentality of the lads at the moment is top draw.
“We’re going into every game full of confidence and wanting to take all three points.
“When we’re playing the way we are, you’re always excited for the next game to come around.”
The Anchors are back on the road at the weekend, away at Pontefract Collieries, and supporters can book their place on the coach by clicking here.