The Silkmen were 2-0 winners over Dartford at the Moss Rose this weekend, and Steve King spoke to the media after the game.
"I was a little bit concerned first half, when we let them in too easily" he told us. "We needed the central defenders to close the gap quicker. They had two really good chances one on one because of that and I wasn't happy with that, and we were lucky we weren't punished.
"We controlled a lot of the game, had a lot of posession, and in a way it was disappointing to get the goals with an own goal and a penalty, because we were making some very good passes into the area.
"We hit the woodwork a couple of times, Jack's was a great strike and no matter what Matty tells you that was a cross!"
Charlie Henry deserved his goal.
"He's one of those players who will delight the fans. He's a cheeky chap, a bit of an 'Artful Dodger' character, and can be a matchwinner on his day. We felt we needed to work on his end product, but he is going to be a big player for us."
And how is Kissock?
"He should be fine next week. He's got a dead leg, which will clear up ok. He's another who is very good on the ball and can win you the game."
Were you getting nervous when the second goal didn't come?
"They've got a lot of big players and you know that they will be a threat at set pieces. The lad Hayes who came on at the end has an incredible left foot and a really good delivery, and they had a few chances at the back post, and one might always fall to them. But we hung on and got the second goal to kill the game."
Overall, you're happy with the way things have gone so far?
"It's going OK, but it's a work in progress with a new squad who will take time to gel. We're trying to pass the ball around and doing that with that style of play. It's not going to happen overnight and I think we'll get better as the season goes on.
"The pitch is looking good at the moment, but we need to get it a bit wetter to help zip the ball around a bit, but overall you've got to be happy with another two goals at home, and another clean sheet even though we probably aren't playing to our best yet, so there is more to come as the squad learn their roles. Tactically there were a few things out there that weren't great, but we will work on those, and you're not going to be playing nine out of ten every week, and if you're playing below that and winning 2-0 then you'll take it."
Lincoln up next, are you going to change anything or take a different approach?
"We had a lot of the game at Hereford, without quite getting the killer ball, so we'll be going to Lincoln to try and win the game. I'm not a manager who turns up at away games to defend with a 4-5-1. You might do that during the game at times to close it out, but I don't see the point in plsying a football match and not trying to win it. We'll go there and try and win the game."