Dennon Lewis described Wealdstone’s 3-1 win over King’s Lynn on Tuesday evening as “massive” as Stones put some distance between themselves and the drop zone.

Following a defeat to Halifax at the weekend, Stones recovered well and doubled the gap separating them from the bottom three from three points to six.

Lewis told the club YouTube channel that the win was a result of hard work and getting the basics right.

“We’ve been working hard. Obviously results haven’t been going our way for some period of time but I think now that everyone’s coming together as a team working hard, which is the main thing that we’re doing,” he said.

“We’re trying to do the basics right and obviously it starts with hard work on the pitch.

“The main thing at the moment is three points, so it doesn’t matter if it’s a 1-0 win or if it’s a 3-1 like tonight. We showed that we can play. They made it quite a difficult game for us. We’re just happy to get the three points and then to get those three points on the table, against them, especially in a six point game, it’s massive for us.”

Lewis went on to praise boss Stuart Maynard for bringing the team together.

“We know it hasn’t been hasn’t been good enough in terms of the chances that we was conceding and as a team and as a collective, it wasn’t good enough in terms of the performance we was putting in, especially when we’re coming comfortably at half time thinking that we’re in the game and the next minute it could be 4-1. Stu’s got us together now and we’re moving in the right direction.”