This is the message broadcasted by Sparks’ captain Curtis Thorn following their 5-1 dismantling of high flying Hamworthy United.
“We’re playing really good football now."
Thorn believes that the atmosphere surrounding the team could be a contributing factor for Solent’s spectacular turnaround.
“It’s the moral around the place, obviously the starting fixtures in august and September we weren’t convincing, but I think now we’ve got the thread of things and its going really well.”
This is a sentiment shared by red hot Striker Hisham Kasimu.
“Of course, I think we can beat any team in the league, I think we’ve got the quality but we just need to keep working hard.”
Although Kasimu may appear to be the driving force for the turn in form, having scored eight goals and also tallied three assists in the last three games, the ‘in-form’ striker believes that it is his team that are accountable.
“Everyone is working hard, it’s not just me. Without this team I can’t get those goals. I’m happy with the performance.”
With The Students’ frightening start to the season behind them, the message is clear from Solent gaffer’ James Taylor.
“More of the same," he said. “We’ve got all of our players back now which is obviously a massive difference, and the confidence is up, but everyone including the defenders have been top class recently.”
Taylor does admit that the team are not a finished product though.
“We switched off and gave them one back [goal], so there are little things we need to work on, but I’m just being picky.”
Solent have a few more league games to take care of before starting their FA Vase adventure on the 11 th of November, starting with an away trip to Blackfield and Langley on the 31 st of October.
Lets hope the Sparks can avoid a scare at the Gang Warily Community Centre.