Keith Curle, said the club were building on a solid foundation as he reflected on Saturday’s 2-1 victory against Exeter City, goals from Aaron Pierre and Andy Williams securing the Cobblers third straight win, extending their unbeaten run to six matches.
“I felt we managed the game very well,” he said.
“Exeter are a very good team who have spent the majority of the season in the top seven and I think we stopped them from playing and nullified the threats they did have.
“The away form has been very good, the home form has been a little bit indifferent and it’s pleasing to get the win today.
“We have got players in-form and they are enjoying the performances. There is a great unity about the group and if we keep winning games anything is a possibility."
Curle also took time to praise the club’s infrastructure.
“There is a solid foundation in place at the football club and there is a great organisation behind the scenes," he said.
“The club has allowed me to gradually put my stamp on the changing room, there wasn’t a winning mentality here when I arrived and the longer we stay together the playing philosophy will grow.
“The work that I do at the football club is for the benefit of the supporters and I want to build that relationship. I am not always that animated on the sideline because I want to maintain focus but at the end of the game is where I have that slight release.
“I want that connection with the supporters and it is growing, there is a lot of good work that goes on here behind the scenes that doesn’t always get a mention.
“There is a good infrastructure here that allows me to just get on and do my job and that is something you don’t get at every football club.”