Darren Ferguson has Doncaster Rovers playing at a level to meet the squad’s potential according to Andy Williams.
But the on-form striker insists there is still plenty more to come from the side.
Williams netted his fourth goal in three games to get Rovers off to a flying start at struggling Blackpool and inspire them to a comfortable 2-0 win.
“I think we all knew the group we had here that we should have been higher up the table than what we were,” the 29-year-old said.
“The gaffer has come in and instilled that belief in us and got us playing the way we should be.
“The formation has changed and it’s working at the moment.
“He’s worked a lot on formations and we’ve got other things in our locker if we need them.
“I think he’s worked hard on that and getting the best out of the boys which is good.”
Williams felt Rovers should have won by a wider margin at Bloomfield Road, given their dominance of the first half.
The striker himself could easily have come away with the matchball after missing several good chances to add to his wonderful precision finish after just five minutes
He said: “I think there were a few of us a bit disappointed we didn’t add a few more goals today and been a bit more comfortable, especially at the start of the second half with the sticky period.
“It would have been nice to have a few more goals cushion than what we did.
“I probably should have had a couple more, I turned down a couple of chances which I should have taken.
“But I’m more than happy with the goal. Nathan Tyson did well to win the ball for me in the corner. He’s a good foil for me at the minute.
“The most important thing though was the three points and continuing the run we’re on.”