CARL Davies admits even he is surprised by the high standard of consistency his Bracknell Town side have shown in the first month of the season, writes Dave Wright.

The Robins’ player-manager was not certain what to expect moving up into the Bostik League – but it is proving a pleasant experience so far.

They sit top of the Southern Central Division with a 100 per cent record after winning for the fourth time last Saturday, defeating South Park 3-0 away.

“It’s been a great start for us, I’m over the moon,” said Davies.

“Going into the season I didn’t know what to expect. But I know how good a team we are and on our day we will be a match for anyone.

“We will have tougher matches to come, but we will be ready for them.”

Davies continued: “What is surprising is the level of consistency we have hit in our four games plus the cup game with Premier Division side Kingstonian.

“But then, should I be surprised knowing what this team is capable of achieving? They are a very good side and I am sure there is even more to come from them. Everyone is working very hard and, the longer we do that, then more often than not we will get the results we deserve.”

It wasn’t all plain sailing for the Robins at South Park, with Davies admitting: “They were a dogged team and we were made to work hard, but we certainly deserved the victory.

“We played some really good football and credit to the lads for keeping another clean sheet, which was pleasing.

“It was good to see so many of our fans down there and I am sure they enjoyed our performance.

“We created a lot of chances and on another day could have scored four or five.”