GREAT Harwood are in seventh heaven after chalking up their seventh successive league win - and moving to seventh place in the NWCL Division Two.
John Hughes's side have had a huge change of fortune after struggling at the wrong end of the table earlier on in the season.
But they have now lost just once in nine games and victories over Darwen and their latest, a 2-1 win over Nelson on Monday, have propelled them up the table and given everyone at Harwood a huge boost.
It had been a torrid 12 months after the club house burnt down - and they are temporarily housed at Accrington Stanley FC - and the Robins were relegated last season.
The also went through a number of managers before former boss Hughes came back towards the end of last season.
The doom and gloom continued with a poor start to their campaign but now it is all smiles.
"We have improved so much," said Hughes. "It was always about rebuilding which is what I enjoy and we have got a good squad here who are solid at the back, play entertaining football and are good to watch.
"I know people have come down to watch us for the first time and have come back again."
Harwood have what they hope are two rising stars with Cypriot Under 21 international Vasillis Theophanus, 18, who has been playing a starring role including scoring the two goals against Nelson on Monday.
"He has been outstanding and there are a number of clubs watching him, including Accrington Stanley I think," said the boss.
"He is on loan to us from Bury until the end of the season unless Chris Casper wants him back. He scored a good goal with his head against Nelson and the second he placed perfectly from outside the area. He definitely has something to offer."
And they also have former league striker Yaqoob Khan who is only 19.
"He has got to know this level of football now and defenders can't live with his pace. The thing that has let him down is the final ball but that will come with confidence and he is another who is improving all the time."
Experienced Dennis Hill has been a big influence in midfield while Hughes also has praise for his defence.
"Ben Howarth has been outstanding at centre back and has been awesome but he is off to Australia for three weeks now so we will miss him.
"Saying that, captain Ryan Fisher is coming back and we have Neil Kennedy and Andy Taylo who will be back tomorrow (Sat). We have a good squad, which is what you need, and the people who have been called on to fill in have done well.
"Now we have just got to keep it going and keep climbing the table. I am pleased for the lads that things are going so well - and I am not losing my voice every week now!"
Harwood's former prolific scorer Paul Mashiter has returned to the club and is expected to make his first appearance since his return when the Robins take on bottom club Castleton at the Interlink tomorrow (ko 3pm).
Goalkeeper Bobby Harris is a doubt with a bad bruise and Neil Thompson and Daryl Sloane are on stand-by.
"Since we heard FC United say a couple of months ago that they should beat us and Castleton easily, then we haven't looked back," said Hughes. "I could do with someone saying something every week!"
But he is worried about chairman Bill Holden if the good run continues. "He is so pleased he keeps buying everyone a drink after every game and spending money!"