HAVERFORDWEST continued on a fine run after victory at the weekend saw them unbeaten in five.

In what has been a rollercoaster week for the Bluebirds which saw one star player out till January, another sign a contract extension and an unbeaten run extended, manager Wayne Jones said he hopes fortunes are turning after admitting he had harboured doubts about the club’s form.

“The Bala game was a real learning curve. We were hurting after that.

“You question yourself, I questioned myself, but you get back on the horse.

“We have changed our system. We are now really hard to break down and the players have bought into the new style we want to play.”

Haverfordwest lost four of their opening five games in all competitions but are now unbeaten in five after a superb 2-0 victory over Cardiff Met at the weekend.

The game at the Cyncoed Campus saw two brilliant finishes in the second half. The first was coolly slotted in by Kieran Lewis and the second saw Ben Fawcett rifle a half-volley from 20 yards.

Both goals were set up by Touray Sisay who earlier in the week signed a new contract with the club.

“Originally the deal was up until Christmas. There has been enquiries about him because he is doing well for us. The chairman had close dialogue with the agent.”

The club announced the new deal on October 7.

“He is settling in very well,” said Jones. “When we signed him I thought he would compliment Ben. His size and presence allows Ben to do other things around the box. He is a big strong player that gives us a platform to play off and that has been the case for us.”

One player who has lost out because of this central focus and more compact style County want to play is Mason Jones-Thomas, with the nifty winger finding himself on the bench.

“He is frustrated, as is Idziz, but the system we play at the moment we do not necessarily play with width. If we have to make changes it is a great asset to have in Jones-Thomas. We have three games in a week and we will utilise the squad, there will be places for starts and then it is down to them.”

As we go to press the Bluebirds played away to Penybont in their ninth game in the league.