'I don't think we scored enough goals last year!" New-look strikeforce paying off, says Boston United boss Craig Elliott
After beating AFC Mansfield 4-2 in the FA Cup, the Pilgrims have secured 4-0 and 3-2 league wins against Leamington and Telford.
And Elliott hopes that summer recruitment, including the arrivals of attackers Jordan Burrow, Jordan Archer, Terry Hawkridge and Fraser Preston, is paying off.
"I don't think we scored enough goals last year," said Elliott, despite his side reaching the National League North play-off final and finishing third.
"I didn't think we had enough quality in the final third and we had a great season and were defensively very good.
"We just had to find a balance and I love clean sheets. But I thought we definitely needed to score more."
Jordan Thewlis, Scott Garner, Luke Shiels and Burrow each have two goals so far, with Terry Hawkridge and Paul Green also netting.