ROB Small believes recording back-to-back Isthmian Premier League victories will build confidence in his Bowers & Pitsea side.

Having sealed a fine win over Potters Bar Town seven days earlier, a Lewis Manor brace and efforts from Quentin Monville and Brad Warner allowed Bowers to claim an eye-catching 4-0 triumph at Enfield Town.

And Small was full of joy after bagging another three points.

“We have borne the fruits of our labour,” said the Bowers boss.

“After working so hard on the training pitch, it was great to see a lot of what we worked on taken onto the pitch.

“The players deserve all the credit in the world for that.

“Although we tell them how we would like them to go about things, it’s up to them to produce the goods on the pitch.

“The players’ application and them buying into the ideas matter.

“It was fantastic that we scored four goals and got all three points.

“However, I think we have played better than that and lost.

“Games hinge on goals and we scored goals in key moments.

“We have now got back-to-back wins and kept two consecutive clean sheets.

“It’s important that we keep trying to improve and acclimatise to the division.

“Six points out of the last six on offer helps you believe that we deserve to be in this division and compete at this level.

“I have always believed that, but it’s important that others do too.”

Despite featuring at centre-half for the second outing in succession, Bowers’ all-time leading goalscorer Manor claimed a brace.

Manor’s efforts came either side of Monville getting his name on the scoresheet, while Warner wrapped up all three points.

And Small was pleased with the trio of goalscorers.

“Lewis played at centre-half and still found a way of scoring,” added Small.

“He will be happy with the clean sheet as well and he was our captain, so it was a good day for him all round.

“Quentin also scored and Brad got his 12th goal of the season.

“Every player stepped up and played excellently.

“It was great to also keep a clean sheet and we were dogged in midfield.”

The impressive victory allowed Bowers, who are enjoying their first ever campaign in the third tier of non-league football, to move six points clear of the relegation zone.