IT has been an outstanding week for Worcester City with two deserved victories in the space of four days.

We have now got to build on these back-to-back wins over Vauxhall Motors and Lancaster City in Nationwide North and try to push on further in the league if we can.

The result against Vauxhall was an important one because it was our first win of the year after a bad run and it was something we badly needed to try and get on a bit of a roll.

I was delighted again with the result at Lancaster last night.

Maybe we were a little bit below what we can do in the first-half, but after the interval we were very strong.

We were very well organised and what I wanted us to do was have a little bit more care in the final third and pass the ball around a bit more. I think we did that and it helped us dominate.

We looked like the side that was going to score, especially in the second-half, and in the end we thoroughly deserved to win.

Most of their chances came from long passes into the box where their centre-half Joe McMahon was the danger, but I thought we handled them pretty well.

They had one good opportunity when their lad pushed one of our defenders, which the referee did not see, but then they had nothing else.

I felt we always had that little bit more in our tank. We needed to take our time in their half with our passing and movement. We were rushing things a bit in the first-half.

Adam Webster reacted very well for the first goal which came about because we were in the right areas with everybody pushing forward as a team.

I could not ask any more of our two strikers last night because they worked their socks off.

I thought Leon Kelly was fantastic, but Adam and Leon are still very individual rather than a partnership. I don't think they work together, but individually they complement each other. I think we can work on them as a pair but their work-rate is outstanding.

You do panic a bit when only a goal up and it was nice to get the second from Nick Colley. It was pleasing to have that cushion.

It is very hard to pick out an individual man-of-the match. I thought Carl Heeley and Colin Hoyle were both outstanding at the back, while John Snape did his job in midfield.

Snapper has got a new lease of life. He's had the pressures of being involved in the coaching side removed and he's now commanding a position in the team.

Tom Warmer came in alongside John to do a specific job, which unfortunately Tom could not do because Lancaster changed their system.

But he gives us legs and that little bit of bite in midfield.

It was a tactical change rather than dropping Jai Stanley from the team.