His finish on Saturday earned a point against Kidderminster Harriers to take Trinity out of the bottom three.
On Good Friday he hit the only goal as Trinity won their first match under manager Dave Frecklington.
The boss said after the Kidderminster draw: “Our goal was outstanding, a really good bit of play.
“When everything you have worked on in the week comes to fruition it pleases you even more.
“Nathan is sharper as the training we do is quite intense.
“He has been brilliant for us and the reason he has played in the last couple of games is because he can bring quality out of nowhere.
“If you want a chance to fall to anyone it is Nathan Jarman. He has been a big player in the last three games.”
Frecklington also praised the rest of the side.
“Since the Chorley game (a 4-0 defeat on 1st April) these boys have worked tirelessly on shape out of possession. We needed to be better in possession today and we were – we were superb.”