My team of winners are ready for anything
Gary Simpson has saluted his players for their stunning start to the season – but has said he's not afraid to change a winning team.
The Imps have enjoyed a superb opening to the campaign despite a tough run of fixtures against some of the division's big hitters.
Bank Holiday Monday's win against Wrexham lifted them to fifth in the Skrill Premier table having lost only once so far this term.
It is the club's best start to a season since John Schofield's side soared to the top of the League Two table in the 2006/07 campaign.
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Canny Simpson has changed his side to combat the opposition since the season began and has been rewarded handsomely.
And he says he could not be prouder of them for their impressive run of form.
"I can't fault them," he said.
"The players are working their absolute stones off.
"Whichever team I pick they always put a shift in and they just get on with it.
"We've mixed and matched it, we look at what we've got to do and whatever team I put out I can rely on them which is good."
City's excellent start has sparked a growing sense of belief that after several bleak years the club can mount a promotion push.
Simpson says that has been helped by the spirit inside the dressing room having built a new side over the summer.
They will face another stern test of their credentials this weekend when they travel to Dartford looking for a first away win.
"We've had a good little spell and we want that to continue," said Simpson.
"We've had some tough games and played some good teams.
"There's been a few barren years here and the one thing that we have got is a bunch of lads who want to wear the shirt.
"They want to put a shift in and they will always give their all.
"I've never had a bad dressing room and there are one or two players here who, shall we say, are 'chirpy'.
"But you have to have that and they are winners.
"I learned a while ago that the more you fill your dressing room with winners, the better chance you have of winning.
"These lads are working so hard for each other and they are getting their just rewards."