A delighted Jamie Godbold was pleased to reflect on a gritty performance to secure three points in his first game in the dugout at AFC Sudbury on Saturday.
Speaking to deputy sports editor and AFC Sudbury writer Russell Claydon, he said the attributes his new players demonstrated to him in the 1-0 win over a Maldon and Tiptree side who had been on a good run of their own, could not be coached.
But once he gets his feet under the table, he said is hoping to add some style to their play.
The Yellows, who have now won three on the bounce, are due to try and play their Robert Dyas Ryman League Cup quarter-final tie at Whitton United again on Tuesday, with a waterlogged pitch having seen it postponed last week.
* For an extended interview with Godbold, as well as the thoughts of captain Sam Clarke, see Thursday’s Suffolk Free Press print edition.