Tisdale looking ahead with optimism
Exeter boss Paul Tisdale believes his side's second successive league win bodes well for the future.
After an opening day loss to Morecambe, the Grecians have bounced back with wins against Aldershot and Stanley. Tisdale, whose side were relegated last season, feels a perfect team performance has got their confidence up. Alan Gow scored a double and Guillem Bauza added a late third at the Crown Ground to spoil the hosts' 100 per cent start to the campaign. "We did the simple things well," said Tisdale, who also saw Bauza miss a 72nd-minute penalty. "Everyone was in the right areas, the right positions and were thinking the right things. They held firm as a defensive unit and then got the goals. "I have to commend the midfield four for their effort and covering the right areas and then John O'Flynn came on for the final half an hour and was outstanding. "Alan obviously stands out with two goals, he has out-foxed the goalkeeper for the second and has done well, but there is a long season to go. He fits in with us and there were a lot of good performances out there. We built slowly and I was pleased with that. We have a lot of positive characters here and it bodes well for the future."