Mansfield Town manager Adam Murray believes there's more to come from his side after they comfortably beat Crawley Town 4-0.Goals from Nathan Thomas, Mitchell Rose, Matt Green and Craig Westcarr eased the Stags to their first home win this term, with Gwion Edwards seeing red for the visitors.
Boss Murray was understandably pleased with the result, but insisted it came of little surprise.
“There were spells when we were really, really good,” he told mansfieldtown.net. “It’s a good performance and three points but nothing I didn’t expect from the group.
Goals goals nice 4-0 win against Crawley boys were different class on to Luton next week now @mansfieldtownfc ⚽️👊— JAMIE MCGUIRE (@JAMIEMCGUIRE23) September 12, 2015
“I’ve said all along that when we get it right we’ll be a good team. It’s another step on our journey and another building block.
“I’m not shocked or surprised because as staff, we work very hard during the week and the recruitment we did in the summer was hard work; Micky [Moore], Coops [Richard Cooper] and myself worked hard to get these players in.
“We’ve got 14 new players and we’re seven games in but we’re going on the right path.”
The result lifted the Stags up to seventh in Sky Bet League 2, with Murray's men collecting 12 points from their opening seven matches.
PHOTO: The team celebrate @Matt10Green's 2nd half goal pic.twitter.com/t2wlkMGZBp— Mansfield Town FC (@mansfieldtownfc) September 12, 2015