The Avenue boss was impressed by his team’s ruthlessness as they easily disposed of struggling Borough.
But he said his players actually weren’t as good as they were against Kidderminster last time out.
“I wasn’t looking for a reaction from them,” he said on the club’s YouTube channel after the 6-0 win. “I actually felt we were better when we lost last week than we were here.
“We had to come to Nuneaton and maintain professionalism really and we did that.
“It was a bright start from both teams and we played alright in the first half. They hit the post and both sides had chances.
“But as the game went on we gradually took control. We were streetwise and looked comfortable.
“A few things happened in the second half and it became a bit of a farce really.
“People May look at it that they’re struggling but on Tuesday they beat a strong Burton Albion team. It’s a good three points for us.”