After a draw at Chorley, two points from two matches is a positive after a run of consecutive loses, writes Tom Feaheny.
While they are still cut adrift at the bottom, the Villagers are hoping to have a good end to the season.
They next take on the side just above them in AFC Telford United.
“We are building a momentum now so it is right that we feel disappointed for not winning certain matches," Bolder said.
"Last weekend we stopped utilising the ball in midfield in the second-half and this prevented us putting quality ball down the sides.
“We will continue to develop our philosophies and principles. It will be good to have squad e can work with until end of season. It will give us some stability."
With a lot of players coming and going in recent months, the squad now looks more settled and Bolder says the group are learning from each game.
"These lads want to do well. Inexperience at this level may have been contributory factor today but these games are good for the players. It is the experience that they need."
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