Mike Dias believes Hull RUFC have made the appropriate adjustments to feel at home following their promotion to National Two North.
The club won their sixth game of the season beating Wharfedale 12-9 at Chants Ave to lift them to tenth in the table.
But it could be a much higher position had it not been for the close defeats prior to their current winning run.
And Dias admits there is a feelgood factor all around the club and the players will be doing all they can to ensure that buzz remains for as long as possible.
“There is a good buzz around the place at the moment,” Dias said.
“It’s amazing what a few wins can do.
“It’s nice to get on the right side of a few results and push us up the table but also bring confidence back into the squad.
“I think it’s taken a bit of time to adjust to the league and the fine margins between winning and losing a game.
“Our eagerness to work for each other in defence has been a real plus throughout the season so far.
“We have worked hard on our attack and set piece and think that will be the telling factor this weekend against Tyndale.
“We know it’s going to be a battle so the set piece is vital.
“We will continue to work hard for each other one last time in 2019 and let’s see where it takes us.