Truro City manager Steve Tully says there is still more to come from his side after they came from a goal down to win 2-1 at Chelmsford City.
Jamie Reid equalised from a free-kick after Chelmsford's early opener before Ryan Brett got the winner.
"They're getting stronger and brighter, there's confidence all over the pitch," Tully told BBC Radio Cornwall.
"We're seventh in the league at the moment, but we're not satisfied with that, we want to keep pushing."
The victory extended Truro's unbeaten run in National League South to nine games - their last defeat coming at the end of August.
"Yes we have drawn quite a few games away from home, but that breeds confidence and I think when you're not losing games every player goes into each game believing they're going to win the game," Tully added.
"Everything's going well at the moment, but we know that can change in an instant. We've just got to make sure we keep doing the right things at the right times and see where that leads us.
"We'll get to Christmas and we'll evaluate where we're going and what we're doing and then we'll see what happens.
"If we can get to the 40-point mark as soon as possible then you can think that you're safe and look forward to where we're going to go from there."