Royal Wootton Bassett Town player/coach Sam Collier says the team are “keeping their feet on the ground” despite nine straight wins.
Bassett’s resurgent form has seen them rise to seventh in the Hellenic Premier Division, as well as making progress in the FA Vase and Hellenic Challenge Cup.
And despite a remarkable run of form, Collier has insisted his side cannot afford to be complacent.
“It’s enjoyable at the moment but it can all change very quickly in football,” Collier said.
“Suddenly you lose on Saturday and on Wednesday and it’s all doom and gloom again.
“We’ll certainly keep our feet on the ground and we’re taking each game as it comes.
“But at the moment it’s a good place to be, it’s like anything, if you’re winning it’s the best thing in the world but if you’re not it’s the worst.”
You can watch Nick Taylor’s full interview with Collier and club captain Steve Yeardley in the video below, discussing the fine run of form and looking ahead to Saturday’s trip to Brimscombe & Thrupp.